Jean-Paul Gaultier Designs Tea Containers for Kusmi Tea

Tea and tattoos: a logical combination.

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Having previously lent his creative vision to the Diet Coke bottle and drink can, Jean-Paul Gaultier has partnered with Kusmi Tea to redesign the containers for its two most revered blends, “Anastasia” and “Prince Wladimir,” which date back to the founding of the company in St. Petersburg, Russia. The French designer pulled design elements from his 1980s Russian collection, which sees the containers embellished with sailor stripes and Russian tattoo motifs, thus blending masculine and feminine influences. This aesthetic continues in an accompanying ceramic tea mug complete with removable strainer, as well as a tea box sporting a red pompom that is capable of storing enveloped teas. Shop the entire tea collection exclusively online by clicking here.

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