Pop the bottle
Wednesday evening the Hunters were invited for a drink. Not just a drink, it was for charity. The event was in Canal House, one of the most beautiful hotels in Amsterdam. The Hunters were happy to be present because they love champagne and especially Zarb champagne. The reason there was only served champagne was because of Zarb, to celebrate two new collaborations. The collaboration with the Dutch couturier Jan Taminiau and with Orange Babies. Zarb is known for champagne in a specially designed bottle and and has previously worked with international pioneers of photography, fashion and design. Jan designed for Zarb a unique art-bottle inspired by his last couture collection, Nature Extends, which he showed in July 2011 in Paris. Jan turned the bottle into a woman, the bottle neck is longer and he gave her wings. Actually, the bottle looks exactly like on of the couture dresses from the collection. The bottle even contains elements from the couture collection. He used the same materials like cork, chiffon, Swarovski crystals and nails for the bottle. The most beautiful bottle of champagne I (Hunter Linda) ever saw before. Amazing how a bottle can change in Haute Couture.
As we told you in the beginning of the article, there were two reasons, two colaborations and two new Zarb bottles to eliminate the glass. The other collaboration is the one with Orange Babies. Next week 1 December it’s World Aids Day. To pay attention to the problem of many HIV positive pregnant women in Africa, Zarb and Orange babies created the Zarb ‘Hope’ bottle. The bottle is completely white, with the shape of baby feets ingraved and an orange detail. From each sold bottle with the price of 39,95, 5 euro’s are donated to Orange Babies. We think it’s a good reason to buy champagne instead of wine.