Evian continues to test our thirst for fashion.
This year, they’ve partnered with British designer, Paul Smith, to launch a limited edition bottle.
It’s on sale this month and available at restaurants, retailers and online.
The annual Evian designer bottle tradition began in 2008 with a limited edition bottle designed by Christian Lacroix, followed in 2009 with Jean Paul Gaultier.
Check out The Paul Smith Limited Edition 2010 bottle here.
For more on Paul Smith, visit PaulSmith.co.uk.
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I just love PR people!
Today, the kind publicity folk for the Evian bottle i blogged about yesterday got in touch with me.
They’ve sent over official images of the Jean-Paul Gaultier’s pret-a-porter bottle (featured above).
Also, here’s one of the Bubble, which is fabulous!
Wouldn’t you like to drink water from a bottle designed by a French designer?
Turns out Evian is partnering with Jean Paul Gaultier to produce five Evian Haute Couture Bottles by Jean Paul Gaultier.
Fancy-schmancy, isn’t it?
Apparently, Evian was just thirsty for another similar project following the success of the Evian Pret-a-Porter Bottle by Jean Paul Gaultier.
Expertly crafted at the prestigious House of Baccarat, only five of the Haute Couture Bottles will be released worldwide, with these few exclusive carafes travelling to capital cities around the globe to be exhibited at select locations.
The collection of cylindrical masterpieces will be returned to France in March, where they will be auctioned off to raise money for the RAMSAR convention.
RAMSAR works to preserve wetlands around the world.