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Wednesday night, Brian Cox was the “life of the party” at a private mansion dinner thrown by HexClad and Michelin Guide in celebration of Art Basel Miami.
“Brian was hanging in the kitchen of the big private property,” a Culinary Art Experience partygoer reveals exclusively to Page Six. He was the life of the party, mingled with everyone, and appeared to be having a great time.
The 76-year-old Scottish actor was accompanied by his wife, Nicole Ansari-Cox, who looked great in a suit and tie. The duo was seen posing for photographs and working the room.
According to reports, Cox enjoyed the celebrations until he left about 9 p.m.
Also present at the party was “Selling Sunset” alum Maya Vander, who mingled with guests.
A spy remarked that Vander, 40, was pleased and in “excellent spirits” and that she “looked absolutely lovely.”
Nicole Ansari-Cox, Cox’s spouse, accompanied him.
The real estate agent was effortlessly stylish with a strapless bustier and black pants.
Vander made waves in June when she announced she will not be returning to the Netflix series in order to focus on the Miami real estate market. The news was made days after she said she had a miscarriage and delivered a stillborn baby.
Cox portrays media magnate billionaire Logan Roy in the acclaimed HBO series Succession.
Alumna of “The Real Housewives of New York City” Kristen Taekman was also spotted making the rounds and dazzling in a one-shoulder black leather minidress.
The exclusive, invitation-only event on Miami’s ultra-chic Hibiscus Island attracted art insiders, collectors, creatives, and models, and offered nibbles from Michelin-starred restaurants Ariete, Los Felix, and The Musket Room.
Maya Vander was also in attendance.
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At the culinary party, guests savored infinite amounts of caviar, drinks, and scrumptious desserts from the several food stations.
The party — organized by Florian Faber, Schoscho Rufener, Andi Wetter, Cole Mecray and Daniel Winer — also showcased art installations produced by artist Margo Lorenzetto.