Moët & Chandon collaborated with Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School on a limited edition collection of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé bottles. The NYC natives have been redefining the landscape for menswear and womenswear since 2008 by incorporating fabrics from the best Italian, Japanese and American mills while keeping their production roots based in New York. The ambitious brand sources and supports local tailors, pattern-makers and skilled garment workers, and injects its signature black look into a myriad of precisely detailed pieces. “The idea of the color black is anonymity and you can do so much with the color black so it’s such a powerful color and it’s always been a base for us,” says Osborne.
The chronic purveyors of cool transformed three sizes of Moët Nectar Imperial Rosé, each of which, from the 750ml, to the magnum and jeroboam, feature a quail feather emblem when illuminated. Chow and Osbourne used matte black for the foundation of their design, transforming the bottle to reveal the blush pink color of the champagne and establish high brow vibes against the black bottle. “The first key contrast that we wanted to explore was how do we want to keep the signature pink Rosé and contrast that with what we do,” explained Chow.
Check out the video above and learn more about the PSNY x Moët & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé collaboration on Moët.com.