Chilled Out

    Designer extraordinaire Marc Newson has a knack for transforming mundane objects into stylish signature pieces. His latest design venture is a limited-edition collector’s magnum for Dom Perignon. The simple magnum becomes a signature conversation piece created in a sleek aluminum with the champagne house’s neon green shield emblazoned across the front and Newson’s signature in bright orange on the reverse. Newson has also infused his trademark modern style into a variety of custom-designed items ranging from furniture to hair dryers. The $1,000 collector's edition magnum is presently available at Moss New York (866.888.6677) and Moss Los Angeles (866.902.3423).

    ?Alexandra Foster

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