Travis Scott in LA on a private jet after Paris Fashion Week

Published on June 28, 2021

He made a massive splash at Paris Fashion Week as he debuted an impressive collaboration with Dior.

And Travis Scott surely traveled in style as he landed back in Los Angeles on Saturday evening with a private jet full of luxury gifts.

The 29-year-old musician was spotted landing at the Van Nuys airport before sunset with a slew of massive Givenchy and Dior bags loaded into his Maybach mini van.

Lavish lifestyle: Travis Scott surely traveled in style as he landed back in Los Angeles on Saturday evening with a private jet full of luxury gifts

Lavish lifestyle: Travis Scott surely traveled in style as he landed back in Los Angeles on Saturday evening with a private jet full of luxury gifts

Travis rocked a simple blue-and-white striped button-down shirt with a pair of khaki cargo pants for his international flight.

He carried what appeared to be a lap top with a bright red soda in the other hand as he de-planed in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California.

Scott — who’s full name is Jacques Bermon Webster II — was returning from a whirlwind trip to debut his Cactus Jack collab with Dior at a packed presentation for Paris Fashion Week.

Gifts for Kylie? The 29-year-old musician was spotted landing at the Van Nuys airport before sunset with a slew of massive Givenchy and Dior bags loaded into his Maybach mini van

Gifts for Kylie? The 29-year-old musician was spotted landing at the Van Nuys airport before sunset with a slew of massive Givenchy and Dior bags loaded into his Maybach mini van

Working hard: He carried what appeared to be a lap top with a bright red soda in the other hand as he de-planed in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California

Working hard: He carried what appeared to be a lap top with a bright red soda in the other hand as he de-planed in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California

The show, which boasted 500 attendees, marked the first full collaboration with a musician in the house’s 74-year existence.

In a statement, Dior said: ‘This unprecedented event represents the first full collection ever created with a musician for the house.’

Travis’s creative collective Cactus Jack has collaborated with a number of companies, including Nike, Dover Street Market, McDonald’s, Playstation, Epic Games and Byredo, and has now added Dior to the list.

Impressive: Scott ¿ who's full name is Jacques Bermon Webster II ¿ was returning from a whirlwind trip to debut his Cactus Jack collab with Dior at a packed presentation for Paris Fashion Week

Impressive: Scott — who’s full name is Jacques Bermon Webster II — was returning from a whirlwind trip to debut his Cactus Jack collab with Dior at a packed presentation for Paris Fashion Week

Boss: The show, which boasted 500 attendees, marked the first full collaboration with a musician in the house's 74-year existence

Boss: The show, which boasted 500 attendees, marked the first full collaboration with a musician in the house’s 74-year existence

Forbes estimated his Nike collaboration rakes in $10m a year alone.

Scott told WWD: ‘High-end, and even couture, has always even been in my metaverse of things I like. And I don’t think there’s even a difference going from McDonald’s to Dior. It’s just the things that I like in my natural state.’

Kylie Jenner’s on-again boyfriend also discussed his partnership with Parsons School of Design in New York City for a program to help high school students interested in the field.

‘I always try to figure out a moment where we can use whatever comes from this to literally try to give back to the people that really need this stuff,’ he added. ‘I launched this foundation with Parsons to help kids in Houston to attend that school. There’s way more creatives there. If they had the opportunity to experience these programs, get out their creative ideas, have a viewing for it, it would be amazing.’

'High-end, and even couture, has always even been in my metaverse of things I like,' he told WWD. 'And I don't think there's even a difference going from McDonald's to Dior. It's just the things that I like in my natural state'

‘High-end, and even couture, has always even been in my metaverse of things I like,’ he told WWD. ‘And I don’t think there’s even a difference going from McDonald’s to Dior. It’s just the things that I like in my natural state’