The French champagne house and the Italy based fashion designer, photographer, DJ, event producer as well as a fashion magazine editor team up to raise a toast with the Tiger Collection. Moët & Chandon unveils its first artistic collaboration, Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé x Marcelo Burlon, with the showstopper Tiger Jeroboam. Moët_Nectar_impérial_Rosé_Marcelo_Burlon_Collection_1Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé Tiger Collection distinctly carries the traits of Marcelo Burlon with the bottles depicting the tiger, the wild and majestic animal that features prominently in his street fashion brand, County of Milan. WWD reports that the three bottle Tiger Collection includes Jeroboam (oversize bottle holding about three liters) as well as a magnum ( 1 1/2 liters) and 750ml size packing. Each bottle holds the intense Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé champagne which is guarded by the tiger’s intense stare on the exterior of the bottle. The Rosé Impérial is a spontaneous, radiant, romantic expression of the Moët & Chandon style, a style distinguished by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity

Moët_Nectar_impérial_Rosé_Marcelo_Burlon_launch_Trey_songz_Solange_KnowlesThe tiger is depicted in a far from traditional style on the Jeroboam edition. The print of a tiger head in a mesmerizing head-on gaze, draws its viewers into an enthralling connection and the modern, digitized artistic treatment transforms the pixelated beast even more powerful.

Moët_Nectar_impérial_Rosé_Marcelo_Burlon_launch_Trey_songzThe Platinum Tiger Jeroboam from the limited-edition Tiger Bottle Collection of Moët’s Nectar Impérial Rosé is available for a majestic price of $2,499. While the Copper Tiger Bottle can be popped open for  just $59, the Golden Tiger Magnum is up for $199. The launch event of Moet Nectar Imperial Rose x Marcelo Burlon in New York City saw the likes of Solange Knowles, Trey Songz and others in attendance.

Marcelo Burlon Via WWD