Kate Moss’ Left Breast Used To Sculpt Champagne Coupe: See a Picture of the Glass

Kate Moss attends the launch of The 34 Kate Moss Coupe on October 8
Kate Moss celebrates the launch of a new champagne coupe modeled after her left breast  David M. Benett/Getty Images

Well, here’s a unique way to pop bubbly!

Kate Moss is celebrating an illustrious 25-year career in the fashion industry with a champagne coupe modeled after her left breast.

Moss, 40, has done countless, daring things for fashion, but this, by far, has to be the most inventive.

The supermodel celebrated the launch of the new coupe in London on Wednesday, Oct. 8.


Moss is following in the footsteps of Marie Antoinette, whose own left breast was rumored to have inspired a champagne saucer during her reign as Queen in the late 1700s.

“I was excited to participate in this project, what an honor to be alongside Marie Antoinette — she was a very intriguing and mischievous character,” she told Vogue UK magazine. 


The coupe was created by designer Jane McAdam Freud, daughter of late painter Lucien Freud. The long stem glass features an art-deco design, with Moss' engraved signature.   

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