Lesley Abravanel

Art Basel goes out with a star-studded bang

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Adrian Grenier was seen mingling with “girl friends” at the Delano for Snarkitecture and Alchemist’s collaboration AIRBALL Friday night, while Robert Pattinson cozied up in a cabana with galpal FKA Twigs. Theophilus London gave, says our spy, “an epic performance,” while rappers A$AP Rocky, Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz were seen in the DJ booth. A “very white” Pattinson was also seen Sunday, laying out on South Beach and Sunday night at Katsuya with his girlfriend and a few friends.

At the Surf Lodge pop up at the Deauville Beach resort Friday, Chloe Sevigny was hanging out at her brother’s pop up, Paul’s Baby Grand. The usually low key actress, in a baby blue pants suit, spent most of the night on stage.

Leonardo DiCaprio reemerged Friday, this time at the 10AK/Up&Down pop-up at the Rec Room with “his usual entourage.” DiCaprio was with girlfriend du jour, Victoria’s Secret model Toni Garrn. Dressed in a flannel button down, jeans and a newsboy cap, DiCaprio ordered several rounds of shots, keeping his pals entertained by dancing and rapping to the music.

Nearby at the Shore Club on Friday, Miley Cyrus, busy making her rounds, first at Nobu and then David Arquette’s Bootsy Bellows pop up. The Mondrian saw Russell Simmons and a “smoking hot female friend,” earlier in the afternoon.

Eventually on Friday, many of the aforementioned ended up at the uber exclusive Haute Living, Dom Perignon and Hublot party for the debut of an exhibition by Mr. Brainwash with Eva Longoria at the waterfront estate of Loren and JR Ridinger. The scene outside was controlled chaos, where door monitors armed with iPads were busy turning down aspiring gate crashers, crushing their dreams of mingling with the likes of Swizz Beatz, Serena Williams, and, cutting to the chase, the ubiquitous Cyrus and her unassuming boyfriend, Patrick Schwarzenegger. Following that, Cyrus and the mini Terminator ended up at E11even Miami for the third night in a row, where she was told they had no available openings.

Rocking a low cut navy blue dress, a huge diamond her grandmother gave her and black leather gloves, Paris Hilton showed up Friday at Wall and started spinning a mix of hits and DJ collaborations around 1a.m. Before you laugh, we’re told that people spent between $7,000 and $10,000 a table to watch this spectacle. Sister Nicky Hilton, however, got in for for free.