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Iris van Herpen designs a limited edition for Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004

Dezeen promotion: Dom Pérignon has collaborated with Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen to produce a limited-edition champagne box and 3D-printed sculpture, as part of its Power of Creation project.

Iris van Herpen's gift packs were created specifically for the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004, drawing inspiration from concepts of metamorphosis and the length of time involved in making Dom Pérignon. Each box is signed by the designer and bears a sprawling, crystal-like green graphic set on a black backdrop.

Limited edition bottle and box of Dom Perignon, designed by Iris van Herpen
Limited edition bottle and box of Dom Perignon, designed by Iris van Herpen

The partnership also saw van Herpen design the Cocoonase – a 3D-printed sculpture with space for a champagne bottle.

This image: Iris van Herpen holding a bottle of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004 Limited Edition – top image: the Cocoonase, by Iris van Herpen
This image: Iris van Herpen holding a bottle of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004 Limited Edition – top image: the Cocoonase, by Iris van Herpen

Both concepts were commissioned to celebrate the first release of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2004 drawing to a close and to mark the introduction of the second, called the P2-2004.

Model wearing a creation by Iris van Herpen
Model wearing a creation by Iris van Herpen

During the Power of Creation campaign, Dom Pérignon has teamed up with prominent artists and creatives that are "exploring virgin territory and reinventing the language of their discipline without betraying it."

Past collaborators include US artist Jeff Koons, Australian designer Marc Newson and filmmaker David Lynch, who designed a string of limited edition packaging for the Dom Pérignon 2003 and the Rosé 2000 lines in 2013.

To accompany van Herpen's work, photographer Daniel Sannwald directed a minute-long video that sees a ghost-like model emerge from an evolving green mist, harking back to the notion of metamorphosis.

Read more about the Power of Creation project at www.domperignon.com