Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Florale Edition by Makoto Azuma

Being the first week of Spring, we're loving looking at botanical prettiness and came across this beautiful thing: the Belle Epoque Florale Edition by Japanese artist Makoto Azuma, recently unveiled in Tokyo by Perrier-Jouët.

Being the first week of Spring, we’re loving looking at botanical prettiness and came across this beautiful thing: the Belle Epoque Florale Edition by Japanese artist Makoto Azuma, recently unveiled in Tokyo by Perrier-Jouët.

The artist created the Belle Epoque Florale Edition as a tribute to Emile Gallé’s iconic Art Nouveau design. The floral concept features a suspended floral flourish decorated with white Japanese anemones.

Emile Gallé chose white Japanese anemones for the original design in 1902. He had a great passion for botany and deeply admired Japanese art, which often draws its inspiration from nature.

image courtesy of Cyril Foiret via Trendland.com - Makoto Azuma Compositions

‘I wanted to make something extraordinary, taking inspiration from the sensation of champagne inside the mouth, and the delicate movement of the ivy and leaves with a special attention and tribute given to Emile Gallé’s anemones,’ said Makoto.

image courtesy of Cyril Foiret via Trendland.com - Makoto Azuma Drawing Study
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