During Fashion Week, we attended a special collaboration on behalf of Moët & Chandon and Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow to mark the designer’s 10th anniversary.
The event featured the new limited edition bottle collection: Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé x Public School and brought to together fashion connoisseurs and champagne enthusiasts alike. The exclusive fête took place at the Fulton Market venue after Public School’s fashion show earlier in the day in Chinatown, stars in attendance included singer Halsey, actress Teyana Taylor, Iman Shumpert, G Eazy, Diplo, Tinashe, Mack Wilds, D.R.A.M. among more.
The new bubbly coral-pink champagne was showcased throughout event space, as guests enjoyed live music and drinks at many of the venue’s open bars. Art installation centering variations of the new chic packaging were also a eye-catcher and served as Instagram worthy moments. The new collection includes three limited edition bottles, each with hidden designs only seen under a camera flash, and will retail for a luxurious $999 upon release. A single 750 ml bottle will also be available for $59.99.
Courtesy of Moët & Chandon and Nike Communications
The bottles much like the fashion brand encapsulated the enigmatic vibe of New York Fashion Week, pushing for a collaboration palette different from the ordinary. Closing the evening, Travis Scott took the stage to perform some of his top hits such as “Goosebumps”, an iconic ending to this season’s NYFW.
The limited edition set is available for purchase beginning October 1st at SherryLehmann.com..