Is there anything Karl Lagerfeld hasn’t designed or sponsored publicly yet? In his most recent non-fashion project, the Kaiser came up with a new bottle for a very old brand of wine.
Women’s Wear Daily reports that in celebration of the 350th anniversary of the Château Rauzan-Ségla vineyard, Lagerfeld drew a design for the label in the same manner as his fashion illustrations: dreamy, slightly abstract, with the name of the place scribbled in his penmanship.
The chateau itself looks exactly like the kind of place we’d want to visit and get our drink on at, and it’s really no surprise that’s the case. Chanel bought the winery (and the cool French castle that came with it) back in 1994.
Take a look at the new label below and tell us what you think:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.