Thursday 28 June 2012

Diet Coke’s latest fashion make over

Jean Paul Gaultier has been busy with the fizzy designing limited edition bottles for Diet Coke.

This year, the brand revealed Gaultier as its new creative director so it was only natural for him to be next in line to create Coca Cola couture.

His two main designs take inspiration from his famous fragrances ‘Day’ and ‘Night’.

Bubbling with ideas, Gaultier designed a third bottle inspired by his love of body art to complete the collection.

Jean Paul Gaultier

Coca-Cola couture has been around since 2003 and some of fashion’s biggest names have taken a pop at designing signature Diet Coke collections.

Last summer, Karl Largerfeld worked his magic and created these fun and flirty bottles, using on trend colours teamed with his iconic silhouette. 
Karl Lagerfeld

In 2010 a coke-sized version of Gianfranco Ferre’s legendary, crisp, white shirt was recreated for his collection. Along with designs including his famous rich croc texture, an obi belt and signature pin.

Gianfranco Ferre

Versace designed an eccentric collection for their Diet Coke collaboration in 2009; unique and colourful to match their style. 

In 2008 Roberto Cavalli dressed his bottles with animal prints in true Cavalli style.

For a piece of high-end fashion for £2, find Jean Paul Gaultier’s Diet Coke bottles at Harvey Nichols for a limited time only.

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