Perrier-Jouët, the iconic French champagne brand is paying homage to its Belle Epoque cuvee with a new creative collaboration.

For the occasion, the House presents its latest artistic collaboration with the American artist Kareem Iliya.

Once again, Perrier-Jouët demonstrates its taste for artistic creation, in an aesthetic approach that exalts the brand’s art de vivre values.

In seven illustrations, Kareem Iliya, for whom the Belle Epoque cuvée “inspires lightness, festive elegance and a sort of inherent refinement”, relates the encounter between a muse and a dandy, over a glass of Belle Epoque, at an extraordinary ball.

His delicate compositions in ink perfectly render the spirit of the ball: from the rituals of preparation through to the duel of seduction, the artist depicts, through the lines and contours of each of his pictures, a world that awakens the imagination and the senses.

The latest brand’s art collaborations include a champagne tasting table by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and a series of anemone watercolors by Rie Rasmussen.