Moët & Chandon Unveils an Es Devlin Sculpture and Brings Out Mariah Carey for a Surprise Performance at Its NYC Holiday Celebration The red carpet event also brought out other big names such as Emily Ratajkowski, Alexa Demie, Daniel Kaluuya, and more. Moët & Chandon is spreading the holiday spirit with special events in more than 20 cities globally, with New York City as the most recent stop.
After appearances in Milan, London, Paris, Mexico City, and more, Moët & Chandon graced New York with twinkling lights, extravagant champagne towers, and a large-scale sculpture installed at the Lincoln Center, created by British contemporary artist Es Devlin. The illuminated work, aptly named “Your Voices,” nods to the linguistic diversity and resilience displayed by New Yorkers, inspiring unity during the holiday season and beyond.
In conjunction with the grand installation, Lincoln Center will also curate free performances with choirs representing the many languages and cultures present in NYC. As the brand has made a habit of championing different charitable causes through its Toast for a Cause initiative, this year’s celebration also oversaw donations to the Endangered Language Alliance. Along with a festive brass band, a giant sparkling disco ball, and a larger than life champagne pyramid, the night also included a surprise performance by none other than the holiday queen herself, Mariah Carey.
After her performance concluded, guests snapped photos in an immersive gold-wrapped room and enjoyed music provided by the night’s DJs, Vashtie and Heron Preston. The event also hosted VIPs including Emily Ratajkowski, Alexa Demie, Daniel Kaluuya, Daniel Arsham, Taylor Russell, and more.
“Your Voices” will be on display at the Lincoln Center from December 6-18 and free choral performances will begin at 6 pm EST on December 6, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, and 18. For more information about the installation, visit www.moet.com/en-us/YourVoices.