What The Hip Will Be Sipping Tonight: Moët & Chandon X PSNY

Moët & Chandon X PSNY. This past fall, Moët & Chandon invited celebrated New York Streetwear label Public School as their latest design partner to create a special collection of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé, the brand’s #1 selling rosé champagne in the US.

Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé x Public School bottle collection

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Just before the brand’s 10th anniversary, designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne brought their signature style to the Nectar Impérial Rosé bottle.

Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow of Public School

For Chow & Osbourne, it started 10 years ago with a goal to create the perfect black leather jacket – an iconic piece of clothing that’s sporty but never casual. Black is not only a staple color throughout Public School’s collections, but a way of life, as it symbolizes both strength and anonymity.

Moet & Chandon, Nectar Imperial Rose ”Public School” ltd 3 Pack

Over the last year, Public School has worked to channel their shining track record as the perennial purveyors of cool to transform 3 custom bottles of Moët Nectar Imperial Rosé.

Each bottle design – from the 750ml, to the Magnum (1.5L) and Jeroboam (3L), were created to complement and elevate your evening as it unfolds.

Designed with Public School’s iconic feather texture and a copper etched Moet & Chandon logo, this 750ml bottle possesses a premium, matte black front label. At night, the label feather print turns concrete gray when hit by flashes of light.

Chow & Osbourne used matte black for the foundation of their design, transforming the bottle to reveal the blush pink color of the champagne and establish a moment of passion against the black bottle.


With a cut-out logo that reveals the color of Nectar Imperial Rosé, this bottle for nightlife accounts features a feather pattern that shines under camera flashes and is ideal for photographing your night out:

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Featuring the same reflective feather pattern as the Magnum, this 3L bottle has an added front label made out of Metal and Public School Black Leather with a copper Moet & Chandon logo etched in:

For the exclusive Jeroboam bottle design, as well as the limited-edition bottle shipper which includes all three bottles, Chow & Osbourne incorporated fine black leather as a bespoke detail. True to their aesthetic, you don’t have to be loud to stand out.

The Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé x Public School bottle collection is available nationally for a limited time at sherry-lehmann.com and at local retailers.

750ml ($74.95), buy it here

Limited edition case of all three ($1,500) (buy it here).

In 2013, Moët & Chandon Nectar Rose presented another limited design for their Rosé, 60 huge fancy schmancy bottles of bubbly – the Luxury Leopard Methuselah: a six liter bottle (the equivalent of eight regular sized bottles) hand-decorated with 22 carat gold leaf. You can learn all about that here.

images and info courtesy of MoetUSA, Billboard Magazine and Sherry Lehmann