Kate Moss has been immortalised in many variations over the years - a life-size gold statue, anyone? - but this has to be the strangest homage to the super yet.
The champagne-loving, modelling maverick has paired up with elite London restaurant 34 to create a glass coupe moulded from the shape of her left breast. So, if you've ever wanted to sip your favourite Brut from a saucer shaped from one of the world's most sought after model's chest, here's your chance...
The collaboration sees Mossy team up with the restaurant where she held her star-studded 40th birthday celebrations earlier this year and British artist Jane McAdam Freud - the daughter of the late painter Lucien Freud, who Moss posed for while pregnant - to create a mould from her chest.
Speaking of their creation, a rep from 34 described the champagne saucer as an 'intricate abstract design reminiscent of Art Deco symmetry which, when held at an angle, shows a beautiful curvy shape.'
So you know you're drinking from the real deal, the glass has also been emblazoned with Moss's signature on the base - just in case you had any doubts.
Following in the footsteps of historical French queen Marie Antoinette, who's left breast was used to shape the first 'bowled' glass, Kate said of the collab: 'I was excited to participate in this project - what an honour to be alongside Marie Antoinette - she was a very intriguing and mischievous character… champagne is always associated with celebration and happy occasions and I had fun creating this beautiful coupe.'
To celebrate the launch of the glass, Kate will host a soiree in the restaurant come early October.
By Maxine Eggenberger