It was anything but a quiet Sunday for the fashion insiders celebrating Public School's new collaboration with Moët & Chandon. The cult favorite brand, designed by Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow, teamed up with the high-end bubbly to create three limited edition (and fly AF) bottles of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé, which will be available to the public on October 1st.

After showing their collection earlier in the day, Osborne and Chow were joined by the A-list likes of Teyana Taylor, Diplo, G-Eazy, and Halsey at Fulton Market, an expansive bi-level space near the South Street Seaport that was cleared out for dancing and drinking. And indeed, there was plenty of both going down.

Vashtie Kola opened on the turntables, amping up guests as they took sips from a hijacked water fountain that only spouted out rosé champagne - if only we had that in high school. Goblets in hand, attendees then found their way to an upgraded photo booth, where an actual photographer led in the creative direction of pics that came out looking like Vanity Fair Oscars portraits. We mean, who needs a GIF-maker when you get to feel like a celebrity?

A few rosé refills later, DJ Ruckus (who was joined by his supermodel fiance Shanina Shaik) came on stage to really get the crowd pumped for a surprise performance by none other than Travis Scott. That's when things got wild. Phones in the air, the crowd bum-rushed the stage, but even in tight quarters everyone found a way to jump (and 'gram) during Scott's very energetic set. By the end of the night, we were all covered in sweat - and most of it was his.

Click through for a look at one of the most coveted bashes of the weekend!

[Dao-Yi Chow, Maxwell Osborne by Angela Pham/ for Moet & Chandon]