New Evian bottle design by Jean Paul Gaultier

Date: 27 September 2011
The famous fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier has developed a new bottle design for well-known French mineral water brand Evian.

Following the successful collaboration in 2008 with Christian Lacroix, Evian comissioned the new bottle ‘dress’ creation to monsieur Gauthier. The result of designer’s creative efforts will be presented in October 2008 at Fashion Week in Paris.

New elegant Evian bottle design by Jean-Paul Gaultier is to symbolize the purity and the balance of natural water. There are two conceptual design versions: the one is Pret-a-porter and another is Haute Couture.

After being presented in Paris, Haute Couture bottle collection will start its journey around the world: it will be sold by the best world auctions. All the funds raised from the sale will go to the RAMSAR organization, which aims to protect the Earth’s water resources. Evian have cooperated with RAMSAR for more than 10 years.

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Date: 27 September 2011

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