Viktor and Rolf, well known for their unique designs in the fashion industry, were contacted by Piper-Heidsieck to create a unique twist to the design of their Limited Edition Piper Heidsieck Rosé Sauvage champagne. The result is a unique, one of a kind design that is far past ordinary champagne bottle designs. Staying true to Viktor and Rolf’s “turning things upside down” designs, the bottles top becomes the bottom and the front becomes the back. Accompanying the Rose Sauvage bottle is the inverted ice bucket and flute-turned-cocktail glass. Simply glamorous, simply Viktor and Rolf.

Designer: Viktor & Rolf [ Product Page ] [ Via: Yatzer ]


  • zippyflounder says:

    pretty damn stupid, obvious and not all that unique.

  • west side says:

    Will not even stop to piss on it if I saw it on fire at moma… maybe if it was burning up a barcelona chair… maybe

  • rreynolds says:

    This is just stupid. For a premium edition I’d like to see something that serves the contents of the bottle and not only copys one of the often produced ‘upside-down-bottle’ ads.

  • carl says:

    like oh wow its upside down crazy.. err no no no. this is pathethic how unimaginative and dull. a bad idea badly presented.

    check this for design

    turning things upside down my a$$.

    this Design Stinks..!

  • Shiella says:

    Nothing special with making something up side down…

  • TH says:

    The path from achieving a brand-like recognizability of a concept to being a one-trick pony is very short and slippery.

  • Shazbot says:

    Wow you guys reamed this one up the ass. Why? I think it’s pretty well done, mostly liking the champagne/martini glass design.

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