In a project that’s been going on since August, Kate Moss molded champagne glasses out of her breasts and unveiled them at a party this week. Which begs the question: where are my Kate Upton beer steins?
Seriously, why am I not drinking out of goblets forged from Kate Upton’s giant knockers right this very second? We’re allowed to drink at work, she’s endowed with breasts big enough to hold several liters of beer, what’s the hold up here?
On Wednesday night, iconic model Kate Moss celebrated her 25 years in the fashion industry with an intimate party at posh London restaurant 34, with a guest list that included Rita Ora and Sadie Frost. But in lieu of ordinary Champagne flutes, revelers sipped bubbly from glasses molded from Moss’ left breast.
The project began in August, when Moss’ breast was first fitted for the coupe. British artist Jane McAdam Freud designed the glasses, which were inspired by Marie Antoinette — legend has it that the first Champagne coupe in the 18th century was modeled from the royal’s left bosom.
“I was excited to participate in this project, what an honor to be alongside Marie Antoinette — she was a very intriguing and mischievous character,” Moss told Vogue UK. “Champagne is always associated with celebration and happy occasions, and I had fun creating this beautiful coupe.”
An added bonus: Anyone hoping to cop a feel can make their way to 34 or its sister restaurants — The Ivy, Daphne’s and Scott’s — which are now serving Champagne in the Kate coupes.
There you have it bros, if you’re looking to crush some bubbly out of Kate Moss’ bewbs then you’ll have to hit up The Ivy, Daphne’s, or Scott’s. Surely everyone reading this can afford those restaurants for a casual meal to drink boob-champagne, right?
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