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Almost each season, Perrier-Jouët collaborates with renowned artists and celebrities to create another project to mirror the nature of the refined champagne. This fall, the brand unveiled a series of watercolour illustrations by Kareem Iliya, who dedicated his visuals to the theme of the Dandy Ball. Now, ahead of Christmas celebrations and exquisite parties, the brand presents a nice follow-up, “a lavish leather bag containing a bottle of Perrier-Jouët Fleur de Champagne, two glasses and a notebook on the art of drinking champagne,” which is sure to add to the festive spirit.
The gorgeous dandy bag by leatherwork designer, Isaac Reina and the Champagne Notebook by David Piper, which contains illustrations by Kareem Iliya, are celebrating the iconic colours of the brand—black, pistache green (they are the dominant ones here) and white— as well as the classical pattern on the brand, the gorgeous anemones, which are embossed on the leather. This series of state-of-art bags is limited to 40 pieces for the whole world, each numbered and signed by Reina. The accessories, inspired by the style of the famous brand, can be purchased from quality wine retailers and department stores.
“When I draw, I always consider the intimate relationship between man and the object. Here, I imagined what bag would be suitable for Oscar Wilde,” commented Reina. The list of art&craft collaborations of the brand also includes a magnificent lacework case by Christofle and Van Cleef and Arpels white gold and diamond brooch.
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