Sip Champagne From A Coupe Shaped From Kate Moss’ Breast At Mayfair’s 34 Restaurant

Now, we’ve truly seen it all. As collaborations go, this one gives new meaning to the word ‘unusual’.

Kate Moss has teamed up with posh Mayfair restaurant 34- the same restaurant where she celebrated the big 4-0 in January, to create a champagne glass moulded after her own left breast! 

kate mossThe special project is in honour of the super model’s 25 years in the Industry, an impressive feat, considering she still remains very relevant till date, leading high profile brand campaigns, not to mention her own make up collection with Rimmel London.

Teaming up with Jane McAdam Freud, granddaughter of the Late Lucien Freud who was commissioned to mould the 40 year old’s prized possessions, Moss said she was ‘excited’ about the project. Especially as she would be following in the footsteps of late French Queen Marie Antoinette whose after whose chest the first flute in the 18th century was shaped after.

“She was a very intriguing and mischievous character,” said the model.

“Champagne is always associated with celebration and happy occasions and I had fun creating this beautiful coupe.”

A statement from the restaurant said that the glasses had an “intricate abstract design reminiscent of Art Deco symmetry which, when held at an angle, shows a beautiful curvy shape”. At the base of the flute is also Moss’ signature and a heart shape.

Moss will host guests at an exclusive do at the restaurant to inaugurate the glasses in early October, while guestsat the restaurant and its sister branches will be able to sip champagne from the coupes from Ocotober 9. 

So, wonder if this ‘milkshake’ shaped flute will bring plenty of ‘posh’ boys to the yard.

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