Tokujin Yoshioka‘s case for Dom Perignon is made from Baccarat crystal

Japanese artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka has collaborated with Dom Perignon to create two special limited edition bottles for the celebrated Champagne manufacturer. Yoshioka is known for his art installations and projects which mainly play with light, refraction and reflection. The bottles he has created are in keeping with this prismatic theme.

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The bottles are presented in a case made of Baccarat crystal which refracts and fractures light to give the bottle a totally unique appearance. The bottle’s label is holographic and this detail also helps enhance the lit up appearance of the product. You can tell that a lot of thought has gone into the creation of the bottle and the prism case. Inside the glitzy packaging is the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009.

The limited edition bottles will be available for purchase in Japan this month.

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