Have you ever wondered what it would look like if you rounded up all the cool kids, stuck them in a hot, sweaty room, fed them a bunch of alcohol, and then got the biggest rap group in the country to play the biggest song in the country? Well, Fendi decided to find out. The ultra-luxe fashion house kicked off New York Fashion Week with a bang, when it teamed up with London’s Boiler Room for the F Is For… party on Friday.

New York’s downtown glitterati flocked to the financial district to watch sets by Abra and Jamie Jones. But it was Migos who brought the house down when they performed their juggernaut single “Bad and Boujee” for a crowd of famous faces like Lily Donaldson, Teyana Taylor, and Delfina Delettrez.

The Atlanta rappers were also joined on stage by Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, Metro Boomin, and 21 Savage, sending the raucous crowd into an absolute frenzy. If you’re having a panic attack about missing the biggest names in rap as they descended on downtown Manhattan with the sole purpose of blowing the roof off of NYFW, fear not. The whole thing was caught on tape. Watch the madness unfold above. (You can catch "Bad and Boujee" around the 2:55:00 mark.)