INC Night Out
Wilmer Valderrama hosted a low-key star-studded event for INC International Concepts, #INCNIGHTOUT, in Miami during Art Basel attracting the cool & chic actors, models, and television personalities. Art Basel has become the premier go-to event in Miami during the month of December.
About the Event
Miami, FL – On Saturday, December 3rd, INC International Concepts hosted INC NIGHT OUT to celebrate its Holiday 2016 menswear collection with an event at Art Basel Miami Beach, hosted by actor Wilmer Valderrama. Fashion and art influencers alike joined the star-studded event, taking a break from the art scene to kick back at the Oasis at The Raleigh Hotel in South Beach.
Notable guests including Tyson Beckford (model), River Viiperi (model), Shaun Ross (model), Nicole Williams (E!’s WAGS) and boyfriend Larry English (NFL), Amanda Cerny (Vine/YouTube star), Damien Wayans (actor), and friends of Wilmer, Zane Holtz (actor) and DJ Cotrona (actor) enjoyed hand-rolled cigars, cocktails, a special mezcal tasting and passed bites as DJ David Katz gave a crowd-pleasing performance late into the evening.
During on-camera interviews, Wilmer, Tyson, and Shaun (all dressed in INC) talked all things Art Basel, upcoming projects, personal style, New Year’s resolutions and more, plus Wilmer unveiled who he will be spending the holidays with.
River Viiperi (ex of Paris Hilton) took selfies with girlfriend Nicole Banner and took to the trampoline photo booth for the perfect photo opp. Elite models Bruno Scafidi, Cole Monahan, Lucas Bloms, Jordan Morello and Cole Monahan also joined in on the fun festivities, all sporting the latest from INC’s holiday collection.
Starring in the brand’s Holiday 2016 campaign is America’s Next Top Model and deaf activist Nyle DiMarco, who has become known for his casual yet modern style. INC’s Holiday “Night Out” collection is designed with the same modern man in mind, placing a special focus on evening wear and suiting like luxe velvet blazers in rich jewel tones. The collection is both fashionable and accessible, with blazers priced at $130 and under and shirts at $70.
Images courtesy of Factory PR/Shane Drummond/BFA.com