Claudia Schiffer’s breasts were the inspiration behind this new bowl designed by Karl Lagerfeld for Dom Pérignon, the famous Champagne brand by Moët & Chandon.
The Lagerfeld-designed bowl is a reinterpretation of an iconic 1787 dining service made especially for Queen Marie Antoinette. Reportedly, that bowl was the exact size of Antoinette’s breast. It was then used to model the coupe-shaped Champagne glass.
Having a piece of Schiffer isn’t going to come cheap. The bowl, which comes with a stand of three porcelain replicas of Dom Pérignon and a platter bearing the signatures of Lagerfeld and Schiffer, sells for $3,150 with a bottle of 1995 Dom Pérignon Oenothèque. Now sip on that!
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Claudia Schiffer's Body Inspires Lagerfeld for Dom Perignon
- By: AymanDec 13, 2008