After Christian Lacroix, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Paul Smith, it’s the turn of Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake to design a beautiful, limited-edition bottle for Evian. His design is Sprung from Pleats Please and was inspired by Pleats Please, his innovative pleated cloth technique with multiple collections.
Where to Find the Bottle?
Aubut Alimentation in Montreal carried last year boxes of the Paul Smith’s Evian bottles. I do not know if they will have the Issey Miyake version this year. From their Web site, I know that it will be able in the United States at Issey Miyake’s stores.
If you wish to get those, know that the designer bottles cost more than the original bottles. Budget at least 5 times more, if my memory served me right. But I think the Issey Miyake’s Evian bottles would make a stunning table decor addition to a party. Just make sure that nobody puts them in the recycling bins since you probably want to keep them and reuse them over and over.
+ Evian by Issey Miyake
ChickAdvisorSeptember 30, 2010 at 12:08
Ok, those are just adorable!