Travis Scott was flying high at the star-studded premiere of his Netflix documentary Look Mom I Can Fly on Tuesday night.
Dressed in a brown Tom Ford suit, the man of the hour arrived at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. with his billionaire girlfriend Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi Webster. The adorable one-and-a-half-year-old made her red carpet debut alongside her parents, who posed in front of a private jet, which was wrapped in red with “Look Mom I Can Fly” written on the side.
Other members of Travis’ family, including his parents, brother, and sister, were also in attendance, along with Travis’ famous friends Offset, Quavo, Teyana Taylor, Iman Shumpert, Swae Lee, Sheck Wes, and Lil Rey Howery.
After grabbing candy, popcorn, and drinks from the trolley cart concession stands, guests headed inside for the feature presentation. The hangar was converted into a movie theater, with some seats taken from an actual airplane.
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The after-party continued through the late night at 1212 Santa Monica. The three-level restaurant was transformed into a sky lounge, complete with fluffy clouds, giant silver orbs, and airplane windows with Travis-inspired imagery. La Flame raged with Kylie and friends until the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Have u ever wish the night could go just go little longer
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) August 28, 2019
Look Mom I Can Fly, directed by White Trash Tyler and Cactus Jack, hit Netflix last night. The 90-minute doc, which was filmed in the months surrounding the release of Travis’ Grammy-nominated album Astroworld, captures pivotal moments from his life and career including his Super Bowl halftime performance, the inaugural Astroworld festival, and the birth of his daughter, along with footage from his live shows and home videos from his childhood. Jenner, Stormi, and Kanye West all make cameos.