Haute Liquor: Designer Edition



First it was Roberto Cavalli premium vodka, and then came Ed Hardy vodka an Ed Hardy wine. Last year, Christian Louboutin launched his own champagne in partnership with Champagne house Piper-Heidsieck. One thing for sure, designers love their liquor.

Here are the newest additions to the haute liquor family:

Martini teamed up with Dolce and Gabbana to launch the new Martini Gold by Dolce and Gabbana. The special edition vermouth comes in a chic gold colored bottle. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have revealed that the mix has exotic ingredients and seductive spices. Hmmm…Gold on the rocks please!

Luxury watch and jewellery manufacturer Chopard collaborated with Grey Goose to create the magnificent vodka case. The bottle is adorned with a dazzling cage interlaced with silver threads, carried by a gray goose. Trendy Parisian boutique Colette will carry the exclusive edition. (Only 10 bottles are produced).

Do you need sparkling water for your Vodka Collins? Missoni created a signature knit sleeve with bright red star charms for Pellegrino bottles. Now you can have your fashion and drink it too.


All these haute liquor deserve an haute designer case. Louis Vuitton came out with an updated version of the whisky case or in other words portable bar that they first offered in 1955. The case comes in Taiga leather or in the iconic monogram canvas. Ultra luxurious case retails for $35,000. Available by special order only.