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Photos: S.I. swimsuit model Julie Henderson celebrates her swimwear line at Tao Beach

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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Julie Henderson celebrates her swimwear line for Basta Surf at Tao Beach in The Venetian on Saturday, June 29, 2013.

S.I. Swimsuit Model Julie Henderson at Tao Beach

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Julie Henderson celebrates her swimwear line for Basta Surf at Tao Beach in The Venetian on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Launch slideshow »

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue supermodel Julie Henderson celebrated her new swimsuit line for Basta Surf with a party at Tao Beach in The Venetian on Saturday afternoon.

The 5-foot-10, 27-year-old Houston native wore a baby blue and coral reversible suit from her collection and enjoyed the dayclub scene, even jumping in the DJ booth where she was presented with a celebratory cake.

Later at Tao in a revealing black dress by Maison de Mode, Julie dined with friends, including designer Hassan Pierre, before hitting the upstairs nightspot for DJ Vice.

Her fellow swimsuit models, among them Chrissy Teigen and Nina Agdal, partied at Encore the day before.

Also at Tao: actress Jennette McCurdy celebrating her 21st birthday. Our thanks to Al Powers of Powers Imagery for his photo gallery.

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