Friday, November 30, 2007

In The Clutch

Just in time for you to hit the holiday party circuit, H&B's scoured the earth for the hottest, hautest, have-to-haviest evening bags around. From Abaete for Payless to your very own disco ball, we've gotcha covered. You didn't think we'd leave you in the clutch, did you?

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Viktor & Rolf Got Baggage

Goodness gracious, great balls of LATENESS. Sorry for the delay...

They've conquered champagne, perfume and H&M. So what's up next for design duo Viktor & Rolf? The pair have signed on to create a luggage collection in 2009 for Samsonite's Black Label, following in Alexander McQueen's footsteps. In tapping the eccentric duo, the luggage company hopes "to be provocative and unexpected to create excitement around the brand," according to Marcello Bottoli, Samsonite's president and CEO.

Unlike McQueen's hard skeletal pieces, this collection, which will include beauty cases, carry-ons and travel totes will be soft pieces.

Look for the line in all Samsonite locations in 2009.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

America's Next Top Shop

Thanksgiving may already be a dim memory (except to your hips) but word in from WWD adds another big reason to be thankful: Topshop is indeed hitting U.S. shores, beginning with a SoHo flagship in September, and following with 2 more NYC locations, West Coast outposts and Las Vegas, Miami and Boston stores.

Long a London favorite among the fashion set, the store sells fash-forward wares at accessible price points. Additionally, it has boosted the careers of young up and coming talents like Preen, Christopher Kane and Emma Cook by sponsoring capsule collections (not to mention the the blockbuster Kate Moss line) - a program it hopes to continue by tapping America's designsters.

According to WWD, "The Broadway flagship [rendering shown above right] will cover 40,000 sq. ft. over three floors — basement, ground floor and first floor — and Green said he's hoping to preserve the 'spirit' of the brand's iconic Oxford Circus flagship."

Til September though, it's

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Haute Exclusive: Rare Chic Online Discount!

H&B knows her readers are no dime a dozen shoppers. They are always on the prowl for that elusive find, that je ne sais quoi, that rare chic if you will...

Enter Leslie Lewis, a fashion grail chaser who curates the website With a watchful eye, her shop is populated with some fab up and comers and some recently "just arriveds," including Geren Ford, Reyes, Eventide, Elyse Jacobs, Mike & Chris,Miss Davenport, Gryson and plenty more -- like this Erin Fetherston stunner.

In addition to clothing, there's housewares, including scratch n' sniff wallpaper (how retro!), jewelry and accessories. What's more is just in time for the holidays, RareChic is offering 10% off sitewide (yes, that means all of the sale items too!) to H&B's fashettes. Simply enter Haute10 at checkout for an elusive, exclusive discount. So rare. So chic. So go!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Designers Toy With Miniatures

Think stocking stuffers, dollies:

We reported back in the day that Alber Elbaz would be releasing limited edition porcelain dolls dressed in Lanvin's '07 looks. Despite being priced at $800 a pop, the minis are already sold out. On the brightside, he's not the only designer with dolls on the mind (and the others come in a whole lot cheaper too!)

Heatherette has designed a limited edition set of its fab gang for KidRobot (talk about femme bots!) featuring mais oui, Richie Rich & Travor Rains, the incomprable Amanda Lepore, and the rest of the heatherentourage Aimee Phillips and Macky Dugan. $2.95 @ kidrobot

If your sensibilities run more plush, Prada has brought back its teddy keychain - this one a whole lot more cuddly cute; $150 at select Prada boutiques.

Check em out, after all, why should kids have all the fun?

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Buckling to Pressure

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

The best part of waking up

How a fashette should take her coffee:

When holding the cup with all 5 fingers, the handle will slide over your ring-finger and showcase a Swarovski crystal-embellished ring handle. Fashionable and chic - even before caffeination begins!

The included key spoon "unlocks" the box to reveal its inner treasure.

Cup ring, Modern Poverty, $50

Charming Makeup Update

Happened upon this fun number last night and thought it would be a great update to yesterday's gloss post.

Missoni has added a charm necklace to its fragrance collection designed by Margherita herself. The haute bauble features several unique charms, with a large gold ball in the center filled with Missoni solid perfume.

Truly charming!

Missoni 'Margherita Must Have' Solid Perfume, $50 at Nordstrom

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Who's The Gloss?

Jewel-toned makeup is nothing new, but several companies have taken a very literal interpretation this season. From left: Dior Jeweled Makeup Necklace For The Lips, $90 at Sephora; Limited Edition Dior Pretty Charms, $55 at Sephora; Lancome Precious Carat in Diamond Splendor, $40 at; Urban Decay Commando, $26 at Sephora; YSL Palette, $62 at Henri Bendel. Delicious!

H&B PSA: Just say 'Quiz-NO!'

H&B would never imply that her readers are Quiznos eaters but, just in case... We interrupt your regularly scheduled program for this "The More You Know..."

Quiznos, one of the last fast food chains to share its nutritional info has recently let the fat, er, cat out of the bag and released the data on its web site. (The info is kinda hidden, and takes a lot of click, click, clicking, but seek and you shall find. Click on a food category under "MENU", scroll down and hit "Show Nutrition Information").

For your sake, H&B really hopes you're not into its sandwiches - or salads for that matter lil miss innocent - the honey mustard dressing alone has 500 calories and 50g fat! Seriously, is that a joke? Sadly, it only heads downhill from there. The worst offender on the menu is the large Tuna Melt Sub, which'll set you back oh, just 2,090 calories & 175g fat...for tuna!

2 of the 5 salads on the menu have 1,000 calories. And, if you thought you'd be 'healthy' and opt for the veggie sub, think again...A large has 1,220 calories and 75 grams of fat. Um, all I want for Christmas is not to have a coronary?

Eek, turning away from fat for a sec... The FDA recommends less than 2,400 mg of Sodium per day for adults. Quizno's has 31 items with over 2,400 mg of Sodium (with one topping 4,000 mg). Can you imagine the bloating?
H&B was too horrified not to post something. Afterall, the more you know...(the better your jeans'll fit).

[Via Petite H&B via Hungry Girl & Fast Food News]

Monday, November 19, 2007

Red Tuesday?

Want a sure sign that the holiday shopping season is looking bleak? In addition to countless doorbusters - made famous by the likes of CompUSA and Wal-Mart - is offering 10% off everything on its website (save for its holiday UNICEF products) tomorrow.

It's the economy cupid; spelling bad news for retailers, good news for fashettes. The discount means this "Snow Glam" Boston will cost you $140 less that it will the rest of the season.

Wishing you smooth sale-ing.

Friday, November 16, 2007

It's Friday, I'm in Luuuuuuv

Ducking into Owl Lab to escape the cold, H&B fell head over heels as she is so wont to do. Haute to trot and so wintery delicious, Sonya Rykiel's Luna bag would make even the most jaded into a giggly school girl (they don't call it the loony Luna for nuttin').

Fashioned in black knit wool and patent we imagine that even if it won't keep us warm (not that we are above cuddling with it!), it will have us looking hot and no longer in need of The Cure.

Sale on Buy

Get your head out of the sand lil birdies- it's sale season!

What: Hollwould Black Ostrich Josephine Pumps

Why: Ostrich embossed peeps with the sweetest of sweet bow detailing - wrap yourself up and present yourself EVERYWHERE! Oh, and at 35% off.

Where: $350 at Hollywould, would you?

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Is religion the new black?

So first there was this. Then today, it poured in biblical proportions like something straight out of Evan Almighty the days of twosie-twosies. And now, Marie Claire has this great post about "A Week of Living Biblically." Inspired by A.J. Jacob's new book of the same name (save for it's a year, not a week), MC editor, Cleo Glyde attempts a week sans gossip, designer clothes and makeup (the horror!) in the name of "being a better person."

Here's how things kicked off:

Full of hope, I take out cash for the week to avoid credit cards: "You shall not borrow" (Deuteronomy 28:12). I wait for a green light on an empty street-no jaywalking; it's a civil law. But when a monster, gas-guzzling SUV passes by, I automatically think, God, what an asshole. I'm appalled-an uncharitable, negative thought and taking the Lord's name in vain (Commandment Three) before lunch!

9:30 A.M.
All the womanly fun I take for granted-skirts that swish, floaty chiffon blouses, costume jewelry, and full makeup-are verboten (1 Peter 3:3: "Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, gold jewelry and fine clothes"). Ecclesiastes 9:8 narrows it down: "Let your garments always be white"-and mixed fibers are a no-no. Done: This week, everything I wear is 100 percent cotton. Despite working in a building where hems bubble, blowouts reign, and designer accessories are more emblematic than a sheriff's badge, I replace my Furla red-patent clutch with a charity feed bag in reversible sackcloth. I am totally defanged as an urban player.

Could you do it? H&B hates to back down from a challenge but come on? No hair products? No AmEx? What is that quote, "Give me fashion or give me death?" What are your deal breakers, sinners?

Don't you hate it when this happens?!?

Thanksgiving, as envisioned in Bluefly's new TV campaign, "Why I Bluefly." Someone should tell them it's really for the discounted designer duds.

[Photo credit: WWD]

7th on Sale Begins Today

What's the big idea?

Starting today and running through December 6, fashion is on sale. Hundreds of designers (think 3.1 Phillip Lim, Ebel, Lanvin, De Beers, DVF (natch as she's the CFDA president), Anya Hindmarch, Dior, Dolce, Rebecca Minkoff, Marni, Missoni, YSL, Christian Louboutin, Goldenbleu, Prada, Burberry and basically every other designer you could possibly dream of) have offered their wares for auction on ebay as part of the CFDA sponsored 7th on Sale. Bids start at just 10% of the retail price - with 100% of the proceeds donated to providing care, services and housing for those living with HIV and AIDS.

Currently, the pickings are somewhat slim although there is a great Mulberry Emma bag and Temperley Voyage but the site will be updated daily with new arrivals being added as the sale goes on.

Additionally, for those in NY, 3 live sale days will be held at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue at 26th Street on:

Friday, November 16th
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Saturday, November 17th
10:00 AM – Noon, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sunday, November 18th
11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Tickets for each session are $20 and available at

In addition to all this feel goodery, the M•A•C AIDS Fund is matching every dollar raised at the auctions, up to $500K.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Win It: Chains of Love

The season of giving has started earlier than ever this year and what can we say, we've caught the bug. H&B is giving away a haute bauble to one of her even hauter readers. Just in time for the holidays, one lucky reader will score Twisted Silver's Trinket Necklace, a long brass chain necklace that oozes vintage charm. Perfect over a sweater dress, it's the perfect gift - especially to yourself!

To enter, send H&B an email at by December 14th with your name, age and an email address where we can notify you should you win.

Plus, exclusively avail. to H&B's readers is this sweet deal from Twisted Silver: Enter coupon code "Modify" at check out and receive a free Beatnik bracelet (value of $30) with your order of $100 or more. Available in gold finish, silver or antiqued silver, choose the finish you want, add it to your cart, and the $30 will be credited when you enter the code.

Good luck cabbages!

Official contest rules
1. Promotion begins November 13, 2007 and ends December 14, 2007 at 11:59 PM ET, when all entries must be received. To enter, send an email to and include your name, age and a valid email where you’d like to be notified should you win. One entry per person/e-mail address. Entries that are lost, late, misdirected, incorrect, garbled, or incompletely received, for any reason, including by reason of hardware, software, browser, or network failure, malfunction, congestion, or incompatibility at Sponsor's servers or elsewhere, will not be eligible. Sponsor, in its sole discretion, reserve the right to disqualify any person tampering with the entry process.

2. One (1) winner will be selected in a random drawing on or about December 15, 2007, and will be notified by e-mail. If a potential winner cannot be contacted, does not respond within fourteen (14) days, or the prize or prize notification is returned as undeliverable, such potential winner forfeits all rights to any prize, and an alternate winner may be selected. All decisions of the judges are final and binding in all respects. One (1) grand prize winner will receive a Twisted Silver Trinket Necklace (ARV $110).

3. Entrants must be legal residents of one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia and 18 years of age at the date of entry.

4. Subject to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Void outside the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, and where prohibited. Any violation of these rules may result in disqualification. Sponsor is not responsible for errors in the administration or fulfillment of this sweepstakes, including without limitation mechanical, human, printing, distribution or production errors, and may modify or cancel this promotion based upon such error at its sole discretion without liability.

Holy Moses!

We here at H&B worship at the temples of Dior and Chanel, and pray daily for health, happiness and haute couture. But we must say, despite our clear religious zeal, we were none too prepared for this "divine" inspiration: the 10 Commandments Diamond.

Now, maybe you thought the butterfly or heart-shaped diamond was hokey. Perhaps, a purist like you says round or bust. But thou should really be more open-minded. Like, we're thinking this cut would look totally stunning with two baguettes.

Unfortunately, you'll have to be patient as we all know #10 says, "Thou shalt not covet." Ironic, no? Thankfully, there wasn't room for the little known 11th "Thou shalt not mock."

[Via Luxist]

Kate Spade Online Sample

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Weekend Roundup

From fellow Splendicity members, comes some of the best posts of the week.


Shades of U
dishes out her reviews of MAC's upcoming Curiositease pigment and glitter sets, including swatches and product pictures.

Kyle falls in love with Revive Moisturizing Renewal Cream at Face Candy.

The one-year-old A Touch of Blusher brings you highlights from the past 12 months.

Makeup Loves Me gives all the details of Mac's Antiquitease Holiday Collection.

Who doesn't like free beauty products?! Beauty Banter combs the web for the best beauty discounts and freebies this week!

15 Minute Beauty Fanatic discovers Bond No. 9's Newest Fragrance, Andy Warhol's Silver Factory.

Check out the luxurious Acca Kappa 8 piece Solingen Steel Manicure Set, and Beauty Gizmo wonders if it's worth the investment.

Vanity Vibe shares her Kerastase Vita Ciment Salon Experience.

Wardrobe Oxygen tries out and reviews Sephora's Smokey Eye Kit.
shows WhatWentWrong when bad jeans happen to good people.

She Knows Best compiled a comprehensive list of Men's Fashion Don'ts.

StyleTots found Ralph Lauren Under $30 Items For Boys and Girls.

TeenStyleLounge is hosting a contest where the prize is beautiful skin!

Snarkstress gets verclempt over the reunion of some Friends-ly stars.

Spork Fashion Exclusive! Actress Shannyn Sossamon shares Her Style.

Haute and Bothered says These Prints are Poutrageous.

The Fashionable Kiffen asks "what are the top ten must-haves in your wardrobe?"

Who made 's Best Dressed Bumps list? Check out Hot Mama Daily to find out...

Style Goodies needs no excuse to shop at Sephora!

Style It Less Dug 30 Under $30 Brand Name Items From Nordstrom.

The Latest Luxe plays innocent with these Christian Louboutin Penny Loafers.

The Scented Life has Five Can't Miss Perfume Presents for Her.

Let's Go Shopping found 3 Fabulous SkinCare Kits.

Chic by Nature wonders if you are still searching for that perfect winter coat? Check out grace & cello’s latest additions.

Kikay Kits has the Kikay Girl of the Week: Ms. Juniorproblogger!

Have a splendid week!

Friday, November 09, 2007

H&B might be 'cracking up'

It's been cold approximately a minute in New York, and aleady our skin is flaky, our bones a bit shaky and our spirit, (we're going there) achy breaky!

Like some twisted O'Henry cosmetic curse (yes, H&B reads!) just when you're wanting moisture, moisture, moisture, the season calls for bolder, deeper, more attention grabbing lipsticks (oh, the cruel irony).

Rest assured mon petite fleurs, we don't bring up the topic simply to whine and rhyme. We've happened upon an answer, a moisturizing balm that's not just tinted but powerfully hued. Therapy Systems, the brand behind the geniously gentle grapefruit exfoliating cleanser (but we digress, focus H&B, focus!), has recently forayed into color adding six tinted balms to its line that pack a serious colored punch.

Don't let the names fool you, the colors are deeper than their names would have you believe (especially the nude, which is actually more of a nutmeg and the bare which is a light mauve). The vitamin E and cocoa butter rich sticks soothe chapped lips and stay put for hours making a strong case for lipstick replacement. And lest we haven't convinced you that these ain't your run of the mill lip-smackers, their chic metallic casing should do the trick.

$22 at, H&B says, "Try 'em out, for sanity's sake-y!"

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Roberto Ca-vanished

H&B humbly apologizes for getting your hopes up. For some reason, it simply didn't occur to her that Cavalli's H&M line would sell out (in every New York store, although we presume similiar scenes played out nationwide) in TEN minutes! We thought we were totally beating the lunch crunch only to arrive to the devastating news. We are Roberto Ca-ntankerous!

Get Roberto Ready

Should a bad case of Cavalli fever not yet swept you up and away, today's Thursday Styles has a spread that should do the trick. Perfectly timed, it arrived just in time for the King of the Jungle's H&M arrival:

Clockwise from top left: Dolce & Gabbana printed pony-hair Miss Jolie bag, $2,095 at Saks Fifth Avenue. Lola rabbit-hair hat, $375 at Bergdorf Goodman. Giuseppe Zanotti haircalf boots, $1,195 at Giuseppe Zanotti. Mulberry haircalf Bayswater bag, $1,995 at Mulberry. Roberto Cavalli gold cuff, $525 from Salviati glass ring, $110 at Salviati. Lambertson Truex haircalf clutch, $895 at Lambertson Truex. YSL pony gloves, $475, and belt bag, $895, at Yves Saint Laurent. Stubbs & Wootton velvet slippers, $325 at Stubbs & Wootton. [NYT]

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Underweight model crisis reached dizzying new heights!

You could literally see straight though the models at yesterday’s Target fashion show, staged in Grand Central’s Vanderbilt Hall. Straight through! I mean, enough is enough, designers. Real women have curves and stuff. Blah, blah feminism, and damn you air-brushing magazines and, oh screw it...

The ever-innovative Target (the very same brand who once had models scale a building in a vertical fashion runway) for its latest winter and holiday styles presentation, staged a fashion completely without models, using high-def holograms to show off its designer wares. The 3D virtual show was live all day yesterday, allowing passersby to see the clothes and accessories walk, dance and interact – sans models.

Target collection designers Mossimo, Dominique Cohen, Liz Lange, Erin Fetherston, Isaac Mizrahi, Keanan Duffy were on-hand for the first press-show in the morning.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007


If you thought that pout of yours was a work of art before wait til you get a look at DNA Art by DNA 11. As part of a collaboration with M.A.C, DNA 11 will send you a Viva Glam lipstick and a lip-print kit so you can immortalize your lips as fine art.

Use the Viva Glam lipstick to capture the perfect smack on the provided "kiss image sheets," send 'em back with your color, style, size and frame choices, and voila, poutrageous art!

Portraits can be a solo venture (hauterflies don't share the spotlight!) or a combo of two lip imprints. Sexxy!

A portion of every KISS Portrait sold will go towards the M·A·C Aids fund. One KISS Portrait sale can help purchase 1000 condoms in India or 16 HIV tests in Haiti. S.W.A.K!

Portraits start at $299 at DNA11

Catch Cavalli!

The wait is almost over! Roberto Cavalli's H&M collection will blast into stores on Thursday, Nov. 8th with a bang.

For those of you who are in NYC, you'll have the opportunity to meet the designer and fash darling, Jessica Stam. The pair will be appearing at the 51st Street location. Expect madness as the first 150 customers in line will receive an autographed photograph from the Cavalli at H&M campaign, special edition t-shirts, and gift cards ranging from $10 - $300. Giveaways will only be available at the H&M store location in New York on Fifth Avenue and 51st Street but the collection can also be found at:

Lex @ 59th Street
34th Street @ Penn Station
34th Street / Herald Square
Fifth Avenue @ 18th Street

(Plus another 195ish stores worldwide!)

Arrive early with claws out!

Monday, November 05, 2007


Stella McCartney loves herself a collaboration. The very pregnant designer has signed an 18 month deal with LeSportsSac that will launch in January. Clearly a personaly endeavor, the collection is Stellicious (read: eco-friendly & mum-friendly!).

According to WWD, "All the fabrics are made from 100 percent recyclable materials and even the paper hangtag is made from recycled paper. The plastic dust bags in which the handbags come are completely biodegradable." Sounds about right. Additionally, "each bag contains compartments for cosmetics and baby wipes and insulating compartments for baby bottles."

Well, mum or not, this is definitely the nicest LeSportSac we ever did see. Plus, baby bottles/Moet & Chandon...tomayto/tomahto, no?

Priced from $42 - $204

Spoiler Alert: Tonight's 11th Annual ACE Awards

Tonight, accessories' hautest will descend upon Cipriani for the 11th Annual Accessories Council Excellence Awards. Taking home personalized crystal minaudières, designed by Leiber president Frank Zambrelli, will be: Tory Burch who will be awarded the Accessory Brand Launch; Nancy Gonzalez for Brand of the Year; Marc Jacobs for Designer of the Year; Heidi Klum (host of “Project Runway”) will be awarded Fashion Influencer by fellow Proj. Runwayer, Nina Garcia, Mandy Moore (ed note: um, ok) will be named Fashion Innovator by Coach's Reed Krakow, Valentino will be entered into the Accessories Hall of Fame, with Lucy Liu accepting on the designer's behalf; Glenda Bailey will accept the award for Magazine of the Year for Harper’s Bazaar; the Mary Lou Luther Award for Fashion Journalism will be presented to Bridget Foley, Exec. Editor W & WWD by fellow winner Marc Jacobs; Jessica Simpson will present Macy's Chairman, Pres. and CEO, Terry Lundgren, with Retailer of the Year; and finally Scoop will be named Specialty Retailer of the Year.


Because We’re Friends…(And Family!)

Sure H&B would like to profess herself a natural beauty but in the name of full disclosure, here her makeup standbys:

Smashbox’s Photo Finish Foundation Primer (we opt for the SPF 15 with Dermaxyl Complex version) is simply the best primer out there. No diggity. No doubt. (And yes, we said, “Diggity!”), $42

Like an amped up tinted moisturizer Vincent Longo’s Liquid Canvas Dew Finish Foundation SPF 15 provides sheer coverage without ever looking cakey, $48.50

Benefit’s You’re Bluffing is like a blemish eraser. Use in the outside corner of your eyes and on blemishes to counter red better than any concealer. Not seeing is believing! $22

Laura Mercier’s Shimmer Loose Powder in Sun Dust keeps cheeks sunkissed and fresh, $34 (FYI – Prescriptives makes a brilliant bronzer blush for application!)

For night, we are loving Lorac’s Star Eyed Surprise in Rising Star (natch!). Great for creating “smokey eye lite” – it has two gradients of emerald and an iridescent white for the brow. Fab! $24

We must admit we were surprised ourselves, but our mascara du jour is Sephora’s very own (fancy that!). In a very serious lash-off we compared it alongside Smashbox, Clinique, Prescriptives and M.A.C and it was by far our fave for full, voluminous lashes without loads of clumps. Manifique! We got ours in the Sephora Smokey Eye Kit ($42) which we wrote about a week or so ago, here (n.b. we used the kit’s instructions with Lorac’s Rising Star to great effect). But you can also purchase it solo, for a very well priced $6.

Finally, we’d never gloss over our pucker pick. Adorning our pout is usually Stila’s Lip Glaze in peach (although we’ve been known to carry several different glosses if this fickle fiend is truly being forthcoming!). $20

Sheesh, sounds like H&B needs a lot of work each morning. Yowza! Share your picks!

Friday, November 02, 2007

Bow Regard

Today's mood: Precious

Today's haute pick to accompany today's precious mood: Corey Lynn Calter's Jade Turtle Top Tie Neck in Black. One part irresistibly adorable, one part irresistibly chic, it all adds up to one giant must-have! Avail. at Coco & Delilah, $130

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Whoosh! Late in the day posting! Feeling a bit Alice in Wonderland "I'm late, I'm late..." Anyway, on with the show...

There's been no shortage of buzz this week around Roberto Cavalli's Vodka (in case you missed this brilliant quote from the designer, "I make the vodka because I like having sexy times with the sexy ladies.") but one spirited collaboration seems to have flown beneath the radar.

The dynamic duo Victor & Rolf just created a new limited edition bottle for Piper-Heidsieck’s Rosé Sauvage champagne. The $90 bottle literally turns the whole bottle concept on its head – with an upside down configuration. To get themselves started the designers asked themselves, "How can we make this bottle, which we think of as iconic, look a little bit like us? How could we make something new out of something eternal? We only had one answer, invert the proportions.”

The $90 champers currently is only on sale in Europe but log on to its website to check out their forthcoming movie. Salud!