Since turning 40 this year, Kate Moss has had her fair share of victories—from looking phenomenal beside Cara Delevingne in Burberry's fall campaign to (allegedly) giving Justin Bieber a much needed life intervention this summer. But Moss’s most glorious moment came last night when she sipped Champagne with Rita Ora, Suzy Menkes, and other fashion heavyweights from glasses fashioned from her breast.
The group was celebrating Moss’s 25 years in the industry at London’s 34 Restaurant, which in September announced it would be creating a Champagne saucer molded from Moss’s left breast. This Champagne coupe design has a long history: it originated with Marie Antoinette having one made during her Versailles days—and according to Moss, it's a privilege to follow in such a legend's boobfootsteps. "[Antoinette] was a very intriguing and mischievous character," the model said when the collaboration was announced last month.
The Moss glass isn’t available for purchase, but 34 and its sister restaurants The Ivy, Daphne's, Scott’s, and The Club at The Ivy will be serving drinks in them starting today. It's a nice gesture to get us closer to that exquisite erm...anatomy.
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