Travis Scott surprised the New York Fashion Week crowd at Sunday's Moët & Chandon x Public School launch party with a reliably high-energy set. During his performance, which followed DJ sets from Ruckus and Vashtie, Scott treated attendees to a live rendition of his recently released remix of Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace."

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Image via BFA/Moët & Chandon x Public School Launch Celebration

Revisit the studio version Trav's take on the Project Baby 2 track below.

Sunday's launch party at Fulton Market was stacked with Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé-sipping guests. Teyana Taylor, Diplo, Halsey, 6LACK, Tinashe, Jon Batiste, D.R.A.M., and many more. To ensure outsiders' envy reached maximum levels, Moët supplied attendees with bags of chocolate covered Pringles, the saltiness of which is presumably perfect after a bout of sipping.

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Image via BFA/Moët & Chandon x Public School Launch Celebration
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Image via BFA/Moët & Chandon x Public School Launch Celebration

The Moët & Chandon and Public School collab consists of a trio of limited edition bottles of the aforementioned Moët Nectar Imperial Rosé, the most popular rosé champagne in the country. Each bottle, designed from a matte black foundation, contains hidden designs only visible by the flash of a camera. Prospective sippers can buy the collab bottles in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, and other cities starting Oct. 1. The Moët & Chandon x Public School collection will also be available via the Sherry Lehmann site.