Coca-Cola is #1 brand, so no wonder that the most well-known designers are eager to introduce their own haute couture Coca-Cola bottle.
This line-up includes four extravagant Coca-Cola Light bottles from Gianfranco Ferre.
Karl Lagerfeld was the one to design an aluminum Coca-Cola Light bottle. “The designer affixes his style and his famous silhouette on the bottle and delivers an exclusive creation with chic lines and also a unique box in limited edition, accompanied with a bottle-opener discreetly hidden in a drawer.”
On the picture above there is a new limited edition bottle of Coca-Cola Light, designed by French designer Nathalie Rykiel, the daughter of famous fashion designer Sonia Rykiel.
MIKA has created the “Happiness Bottle” for Coca Cola’s Club Coke campaign. Sale of each Mika Coke went to benefit the youth program conducted by the Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris at Hôpitaux de France.
In 2011 Coca-Cola has teamed with Daft Punk for their Club Coke campaign. This edition consists of two aluminum bottles, gold and silver, paying tribute to the helmets of the group.
In an interesting collaboration, Japanese brand Neighborhood has gotten together with Coca-Cola Zero. The outcome of the promotion is a special Neighborhood Coke Zero can, as well as some denim, a tote bag and a USB stick.
Jun Takahashi’s brand Undercover has worked with Coca Cola Zero on the Limited Music Collection to create a collaboration named ‘Zero Makes Noise’. In order to showcase the concept, Takahashi has also designed a new look for the famous Undercover bear, holding an electronic guitar – a one-of-a-kind Blind Fold Bear emblem. There are four collaboration items in this collection, including Undercover × Coca-Cola zero® jeans, T-shirt, phone case and tote bag. Printed with Blind Fold Bear at its back, the jeans are complete with Undercover details such as U Mark. The phone cases are tailored for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.