NBA star Dwyane Wade, actor Michael Bay, and The Originals actress Claire Holt were just some of the many guests that attended Wayne Boich and his wife Cynthia's Art Basel party in Miami on Friday, December 6.
The businessman and art collector and his wife threw another one of their highly-anticipated and ultra-exclusive events in partnership with Jetcraft, welcoming 90 guests into their beachside home.
The exclusive invite-only celebration included Clair and her investor husband, Andrew Joblon, director Michael Bay, and superstar athletes Chris Bosh, Dan Marino, and Ray Lewis. The night was accompanied by glasses of Armand de Brignac champagne and a lavish dinner by Richard Mille.
Claire posted a picture of the menu on her Instagram Stories video, which featured a caviar appetizer, a selection of pasta and hot dishes and a cold station including charcuterie, cheese, oysters and octopus salad. The tables were set with white orchids, candles, and gold-trimmed plates. The new mom, who welcomed son James in March, also shared a photo with her husband. “Date night with baby daddy,” the actress captioned the snap.
Following their meal, guests were escorted outside for the Richard Mille After Dark party, featured more Armand de Brignac champagne as well as Don Julio 1942 tequila which catered to 400 guests. A-listers in attendance included Floyd Mayweather, former Miami Heat playerAlonzo Mourning and the team’s current small forward and shooting guard Jimmy Butler.
The night kicked off with a 30-minute performance by Wyclef Jean who played “Maria”, “Guantanamera”, “Hips Don’t Lie” and even threw it back to the Fugees with “Ready or Not”.
Following that performance was Nelly who had the crowd jumping as performed hits including “Hot in Here”, “EI”, “Country Grammar”, and “Ride Wit Me”. At one point the rapper even got the party’s host Wayne Boich on stage dancing with him.
The evening closed out with a performance by 2Chainz who performed hits “I’m Different”, “It’s a Vibe”, “4 am” and “Birthday Song”.