Jean Paul Gaultier is Bringing Sexy Back to Coca Cola
By: Liat Kornowski, The Blush
Ooo la la! Jean Paul Gaultier has something new in store for us and it’s making us suddenly thirsty.
The mega designer named creative director of Diet Coke already revealed two stylish designs dubbed day and night as part of the campaign. Now images of the third bottle have been released and it is looking sexy, vampy and tattooed all over.
Probably expected, the design is reminiscent of the trademark corset Gaultier designed back in the ’90s for queen Madonna.
The two bottles on the left are the ones previously released, the one on the right is the highly anticipated third design, taking the bodice motive a step further into the risque.
Unfortunately for us it is only available in Europe, but hey, we’ve been meaning to use up those frequent flyer miles anyway, right?
Gaultier is not the first to have fun designing for the iconic drink. Karl Lagerfeld, Versace, Moschino, Etro, and more have put their signature couture mark on the dark bubbly in the past, making the bottles a collector’s delight.
Photo: Courtesy of Facebook.com/cocacolalight
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