Marcelo Burlon, creative director of Italian label County of Milan, has partnered with Moët & Chandon on a limited-edition collection of three bottle designs for Moët’s Nectar Impérial Rosé. “I’m someone who always plays different roles in my life — I don’t like to limit myself,” Burlon told WWD of the collaboration. “I wanted my design to be as vibrant as the Champagne itself…With this in mind, it could only be a tiger.” (Tiger motifs also feature prominently in Burlon’s County of Milan collection.)

The Tiger Bottle Collection will be available this summer in three versions: the Copper Tiger Bottle for $59, the Golden Tiger Magnum for $199 and the Platinum Tiger Jeroboam for $2,499. The partnership was feted with a party at Cipriani Downtown last night.

Burlon, who was a DJ before founding County of Milan, is quite the multitasker. He’s working on a creative project with Lamborghini, a new record with Davide Squillace, and just wrapped his second watch collaboration with Casio G-Shock. He also creatively directed Future’s new album cover, shot by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra, to be released this month.

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