Champagne meets British jewellery royalty – how’s that for luxury?
Collaborations are ten-a-penny in the fashion world – from high street brands to heritage labels, everyone knows the power of a good crossover. It’s two for the price of one! Enter the new collection from Dom Pérignon Rose and Stephen Webster, a luxury collaboration if we ever saw one.
The Dom Pérignon Rosé 2002 Vintage is called the Dark Jewel of Dom Pérignon due to its rich amber colouring, which glint with hints of amber and copper. Legendary British jeweller and Garrard creative director, Stephen Webster, was tapped to create a limited edition collection based on the deep, dark depths of the rosé. The result? A numbered collection of black sapphire encrusted cufflinks and pendants, given free with each purchase.
And for those of you still on a spring detox and keeping off the booze, you can purchase a long finger ring or drop earrings set with white and black diamonds as standalone pieces, minus the tipple. Although we struggle to see why. After all, its Dom Pérignon…