Unveiling of Maison Perrier-Jouët’s Ode à la Nature Collection: A Glimpse into 3D Printing Masterpieces


Maison Perrier-Jouët, recognized for both its champagnes and artistic endeavors, has unveiled the Ode à la Nature collection. In conjunction with Atelier Montex, and displayed during Paris Fashion Week, the exclusive Ode à la Nature – Libellule features sophisticated embroidery adorning a jeroboam (double magnum) sized bottle of the emblematic Belle Époque champagne.

Inspired by the Art Nouveau movement and the historical Maison Belle Époque in Epernay, Atelier Montex’s craftsmen faced a significant challenge in creating Libellule. Utilizing 3D printing and conventional embroidery techniques, the dragonfly-decorated creation was brought to life, exemplifying a concept of luxury, excellence, and savoir-faire between Maison Perrier-Jouët and Atelier Montex.

The collection consists of only 10 limited-edition pieces, each paired with carefully selected vintages from the Oenothèque Perrier-Jouët. Cellar Master Séverine Frerson’s selection includes the refined Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque 2008, the extravagant Belle Époque 1999, and the delightfully fresh Belle Époque 2012, all presented in majestic jeroboam format.

Perrier-Jouët Ode à la Nature_Atelier Montex (close up). (Image Credit: Maison Perrier-Jouët)

This collaboration goes beyond a mere intersection of champagne and embroidery; it is a fusion of two creative universes, where the precision of Atelier Montex’s embroidery mirrors the craftsmanship of Maison Perrier-Jouët’s rare and precious cuvées. Séverine Frerson notes the surprising parallels between the intricate blends of Atelier Montex and the art of crafting champagne.

In a project marked by innovation and traditional savoir-faire, the Ode à la Nature collection encapsulates the essence of Maison Perrier-Jouët’s dedication to art, nature, and the pursuit of timeless excellence.

We have no idea of the price of these limited editions, but as the old saying goes, if you have to ask the price, you probably can’t afford it.

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