Vera Wang partners with Chopin Vodka on a stylish new luxury spirit

Not only was Vera Wang involved in the creation of this limited edition Chopin Vodka spirit, she has also designed the bottle

Vera Wang x Chopin VodkaRenowned fashion designer Vera Wang has expanded her designing repertoire to include a new luxury spirit. The designer has partnered with the family owned Polish brand Chopin Vodka to create a new limited edition spirit, which will be available to purchase at Harvey Nichols, The Whisky Exchange and Amazon. On top of that, she has also designed the bottle it comes in.

Vera Wang is known for her luxury bridal designer collections, and this is also the reason why she has collaborated with Chopin Vodka. As the wedding season fast approaches, what better way to elevate your drinks menu than by having a spirit made by a renowned bridal designer herself?Vera Wang x Chopin VodkaThis new vodka is the product of Vera Wang’s refined style and Chopin Vodka’s craftsmanship. Hand-crafted from farm to bottle, Vera Wang personally selected a special variety of young potatoes that were sustainably grown and sourced without chemicals or pesticides in the village of Krzesk, Poland, where the Chopin Vodka distillery is located. The resulting vodka has a distinct taste, aroma, complexity and character.

In her design, Vera Wang retained the Chopin bottle’s shape, but added a sleek, matte bi-colour tone to create a modern, architectural iteration that blends seamlessly with her fashion and lifestyle brand. There is also a poem on the back of the bottle that serves as an ode to Vera Wang’s highly personal relationship with vodka.Vera Wang x Chopin VodkaVera Wang is one of the biggest names in bridal fashion. She is internationally renowned for her wedding gown designs. She started out as a figure skater before transitioning into fashion, working with names like Vogue and Ralph Lauren and eventually opening her own bridal gown boutique in 1990. 

Her gowns have been worn by the likes of Ariana Grande, Victoria Beckham, Mariah Carey, Michelle Obama and more. In a nod to her figure skating roots, she has also designed costumes for figure skaters in the Winter Olympic Games — most recently for Nathan Chen in 2022.

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