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Piper-Heidsieck Champagne by Jean Paul Gaultier

By Adrian Prisca


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All sorts of new collaborations have been standing out recently, from weird ones to some that amaze us with their originality. So is this young fruitful relationship between the fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier and the world-renowned Piper-Heidsieck Chapmagne company.

They have realized two packages of stylish bottles that may serve a large variety of purposes, from celebrating an event to being nice presents for your loved ones. The first model is Black Cancan Millésime 2000, based on an extremely luxurious masquerade in red and black style, framed in a Swarovski Crystals decorated stocking, with a JPG seal and a studded collar of diamond-cut crystals.

It comes with two additional Jean Paul Gaultier-signed items, gothic Schott Zwiesel flutes with gold harness rings. All of these are enchased in an elegant black and red colored portmanteau.

The second one is Piper-Heidsieck French Cancan, which, same as the previous, follows the typical Piper-Heidsieck style, masquerade in red and black. This bottle is sealed with latex and it’s wrapped in black fishnet stockings. It’s decorated with a little black bow on top and a miniature attractive red mask.

The cost of the second one is not a pain for one’s packets, only $55, though the Black Cancan is limited to 60 bottles and reaches to a price of $630 per case.


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