In collaboration with MHD Moët Hennessy Diageo, Japanese designer and artist Tokujin Yoshioka created two limited-edition Dom Pérignon bottles, as well as a special champagne case to showcase them.
The design of the bottles themselves capture Yoshioka's fascination with prisms and crystals, offering stunning designs that come alive in the light. Once a vintage Dom Pérignon champagne bottle is placed inside the special prism cases made of Baccarat crystal, an illusion is created, making it look as though the bottle has been fragmented. As the packaging features a holographic label that embraces the principles of light and color, the prismatic champagne cases generate a dazzling array of colors.
In the past, Dom Pérignon has collaborated with a number of notable figures in the world of art and design, including international sensations like Karl Lagerfeld, David Lynch and Jeff Koon.
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