(PCM) There is a long-standing myth that the very first champagne glass was modeled after the left breast of Marie Antoinette, however historically this has been proven false and the actual first champagne glass was created in England for sparkling wine in 1663. That would be nearly a century before Marie Antoinette was born in 1755!
It seems now that hot spot London restaurant “34” has commissioned champagne glasses designed by British artist Jane McAdam Freund that are molded on model Kate Moss’s left breast. Moss recently celebrated her 40th birthday at the famed London eatery.
The 34 Kate Moss champagne glass features an elongated slender stem and a bowl decorated with an Art Deco-influenced geometric pattern. It also features Kate Moss’s signature engraved at the base rather than the artist.
The glass will be used to serve champagne at 34 and its sister establishments The Ivy, Daphne’s, Scott’s, and The Club at The Ivy starting Oct. 9.
Kate Moss has never been a model to shy away from nudity…do you think the champagne glass is an accurate representation…if you know what we mean?