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Teyana Taylor, Halsey, Diplo, Travis Scott, Shanina Shaik & More Celebrate the launch of Moët & Chandon x Public School

Public School Designers Maxwell Osborne (L) and Dao-Yi Chow with Teyana Taylor

In downtown Manhattan (9/10), a star-studded NYFW crowd gathered to Fulton Market to celebrate the official launch of Moët & Chandon x Public School. Fresh off their collection debut,Designers Dao-Yi Chow & Maxwell Osborne of Public School unveiled the three limited-edition bottles of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé, the #1 selling rosé champagne in the U.S. Guests danced the evening away with custom goblets of champagne in hand to DJ sets by Vashtie and Ruckus before closing out the night to a surprise performance by Travis Scott.

Taking cues from Public School’s elusive designs, the bi-level space was transformed into an oasis of matte black with glowing luminosity as guests like Teyana Taylor & Iman Shumpert, Halsey & G Eazy, Diplo, Tinashe, Shanina Shaik (whose husband was DJing), D.R.A.M., and more celebrated. The party carried late into the evening before Teyana Taylor made a grand exit by cradling a full illuminated jeroboam of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé in arms.

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Additional notables in attendance included: Models Gizele Oliveira, TK & Cipriana Quann, Ben Bower, Mariah Strongin, Natalie Suarez, and Jillian Mercado; Musicians 6LACK, Tinashe, Jon Batiste, Young Paris, DJ Cassidy; Actors Evan Ross, Mack Wilds, Corrine Fox, and Jeremy Carver; Artists Lily Kwong, and Eddie Granger; Celebrity Stylist Ty Hunter; Designer Timo Weiland, and guests Alex Soros, Adam Spoont, and Julia Loomis. Guests sipped Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé from amber-glowing champagne water fountains and munched on Moët x PSNY branded bags of chocolate covered Pringles.

Below please find additional information on the Moët x Public School collaboration, available nationwide on SherryLehmann.com on October 1st.

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ABOUT THE COLLABORATION: Moët & Chandon and Public School have come together to release a collection of 3 limited edition designed bottles of Moët Nectar Imperial Rosé – the #1 selling rosé Champagne in the U.S.  Over the last year, Public School has worked to channel their shining track record, as the perennial purveyors of cool, to transform the classic champagne with a Public School spin, using matte black as the foundation. Created to complement and elevate your evening as it unfolds, the innovative new magnum and jeroboam bottles reveal hidden designs when captured by a camera flash. As a final bespoke touch, the jeroboam is complete with an etched leather label. 750ml ($59.99), Limited edition case of all three ($999). Available cities will include: NYC, MIA, ATL, CHI, LA, D, TX, OH, DC, BAY. Available nationwide on October 1st at SherryLehmann.com.
High-Res Bottle/Behind-the-Scenes Images
LINK (Credit: Moët & Chandon)

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