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Karl Lagerfeld and Banana Republic Now Designing Wine Labels

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Forget about branded Band-Aids. It looks like the next designer collaboration is going to be wine labels. Karl Lagerfeld illustrated a label for the 350th anniversary of Château Rauzan-Ségla, a winery that just so happens to be owned by Chanel.

And now Simon Kneen, Banana Republic's creative director, has gotten into the game as well. Kneen designed labels for a chardonnay and a cabernet sauvignon from Clos du Bois. The bottles - and, ostensibly, the wines within them - will be available beginning November 1.
· A Bottle of Red [WWD]
· Banana Republic Dresses Up Wine Bottles [LA Times]
· Jean Paul Gaultier Champagne Is Perfect for Halloween [Racked]