Moët & Chandon hosted a stylish fête honoring Moët Global Ambassador Roger Federer at the East Hotel’s Sugar Rooftop in Miami Wednesday.

Fresh from his BNP Paribas victory, the tennis star took a break from the Miami Open to cool down with Moët Ice Imperial, the first champagne designed to be enjoyed over ice, and the new Moët Ice Imperial Rosé before its national launch this summer.

The fashionable crowd, including supermodels Garrett Neff and Daniela Botero, and lifestyle bloggers Emily Luciano, Jessica Ricks and Laurie Ferraro, enjoyed champagne cocktails overlooking the sunset while Nora En Pure provided the music.

Garrett Neff  Model Garrett Neff sipped on Moët & Chandon at East Hotel's Sugar Rooftop in Miami. Photo: Mark Tomaras for Moët & Chandon

After a day spent taking in the art of Wynwood, the athlete was all smiles taking a turn behind the DJ booth and mingling with guests to express his excitement at being back in Miami after missing last year’s Open. He celebrated the night with a special crystalized magnum of Moët Ice Imperial, marking his 90th tour-level title, achieved last weekend at Indian Wells.

Roger Federer, Nora En Pure Moët Global Ambassador Roger Federer (right) jumped behind the DJ booth with Nora En Pure at East Hotel's Sugar Rooftop in Miami. Photo: Courtesy of Moët & Chandon