Fashion designers are lured to Champagne like moths to a flame. Quirky Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf have lent their unique design sense to Rémy Cointreau’s Champagne house Piper Heidsieck to create Viktor & Rolf Rosé Sauvage.
The designing pair are famous for their upside down designs and so they have turned the traditional Champagne bottle on its ear. The back is the front and the bottom of the bottle is the top. The related flutes and buckets are also upside down. As near as I can tell, the bottle still opens in the traditional way. It sells for £50 at Harvey Nichols.