Perrier-Jouët by Claire Coles

By Sara Corceiro | 2012/12/06 - 17:01:08


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Perrier-Jouët has always been recognized for its refined “Fleur de Champagne” and its divine bottle with floral Art Nouveau ornaments, created by master glazier Emile Gallé, in 1902 and recently redesigned by japanese floral artist Makoto Azuma.

Noted for its artistic collaborations throughout time, the brand now joins british textile designer Claire Coles to create an elegant limited edition line of their three most prestigious champagnes. With the use of vintage wallpapers and fabrics, Claire created exquisite handmade illustrations with an embroidered effect that seeks to emphasize the brands's heritage and the individual character of each one of the champagnes: the freshness of Grand Brut, the extravagant femininity of Blason Rosé and the delicacy of Belle Epoque.

For Grand Brut and Blason Rosé, the collection features two elegantly decorated cocktail bags with a satin effect, an essential accessory to preserve freshness for the occasion. It also contains a gift box for Grand Brut and an exclusive deluxe case containing the legendary Belle Epoque and two iconic anemone designed flutes. May the garden party begin. 
Perrier-Jouët champagne by Claire Coles
Perrier-Jouët
Perrier-Jouët champagne by Claire Coles
Perrier-Jouët
Perrier-Jouët champagne by Claire Coles
Perrier-Jouët
Perrier-Jouët champagne by Claire Coles
Perrier-Jouët
Perrier-Jouët champagne by Claire Coles
Perrier-Jouët

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