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Art & Design August, 21 2014

A Champagne Glass Has Been Designed Based on Kate Moss’s Left Breast

If you thought you’d seen enough of Kate Moss – being that she’s in an unrelenting amount of fashion campaigns – prepare yourself to see a bit more of her. Although we’ve already seen her nude in a campaign for St. Tropez, and on the cover of LUI magazine, get ready to become acquainted with her left breast, as it’s just been used to design a champagne glass. London restaurant 34 has produced an extra-special glass designed after the supermodel’s left breast to celebrate her having spent 25 years in the industry. The modeling industry that is, not the champagne industry. Or the restaurant industry. The inspiration came from the legend that the first ever champagne coupe was based on Marie Antoinette’s left breast, so Moss is in good company. You can get your hands on it beginning in October at 34 and its sister restaurants The Club at The Ivy, Daphne’s and Scott’s.
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