The Elie Saab Evian Bottle costs 6.99$ and you can order it [Here].
Now owned by French brand Danone, Evian is considered to be one of the finest packaged drinking water suppliers in the market. Their timely collaborations with big designers like Diane von Furstenberg, Issey Miyake, Christian Lacroix, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Paul Smith is perhaps the ideal gimmick to elevate their already premium quotient up by a few notches.
Joining the brigade for 2014 is designer Elie Saab, who has collaborated with the brand on a limited edition series of bottles that revolve around the theme of ‘Purity’. Purity of water meets purity of design and what you have is a clear glass bottle with delicate lace detailing that’s been intricately infused into the glass to represent Saab’s signature feminine style.
The 2014 limited edition Evian bottles by Elie Saab are now available for purchase at shop.evian.us, and at select restaurants and hotels, including Sofitel Luxury Hotels. [Source]
isn’t it enough that we have to pay for water, one of the most abundant natural resources we have on our planet. God damn marketing got these idiots by the balls. Make a bottle that looks nice, print a famous designer name on it, and slap a stupid price tag on it. Watch insecure morons buy it as a way to show off that they have money. Its water people, stop supporting such bullshit.