The Moët & Chandon x Virgil Abloh champagne bottle introduces a reimagining of the Nectar Imperial Rosé, which adopts a youthful streetwear style and elements that are commonly used by the designer. In the same way that many of the designer's fashion pieces are marked with straightforward blocks of text, this new bottle reads "Do Not Drop" and comes in a secondary package that describes it as "For Display Only."
While fans will be able to get their hands on the limited-edition Moet & Chandon x Virgil Abloh bottle for $60 later this fall, Abloh also created a special design exclusively for family and friends.
The rise of streetwear culture has inspired many unconventional collaborations, particularly from brands that want to surprise and delight consumers, all the while showing off their focus on detail, creativity and quality.
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