Lady Gaga collaborates with Dom Perignon

Limited-edition bottles and a sculpture will be designed by the ‘Mother Monster’ herself

Lady Gaga Dom Perignon

April 1, 2021: The 35-year-old Lady Gaga is making her mark on the world of vintage champagne through an exciting collaboration with Dom Pérignon.

This collaboration is definitely the beginning of an inspiring story that is far from over and the main idea behind coming together is to celebrate creative freedom, a force to share and be shared, a force to open up new horizons. A radical declaration of freedom, this collaboration aims to be a source of inspiration, power, and force.

In the promotional image, the superstar is holding a 2006 vintage sparkling rosé in a deep purple-tinted bottle. However, there is no official declaration about how her limited-edition bottles will look like. The duo will be launching limited edition bottles and a sculpture designed by the ‘Mother Monster’ – as Lady Gaga is lovingly called by her fans – on April 6.

This collaboration was natural for the storied champagne maker. Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon are brought together by the profound realization that a creative pursuit without craft, without work, cannot be fully realized. And that the work itself is the noblest reward. This collaboration is above all the collision of two effervescent energies in a celebration of creativity.

This collaboration will also benefit pop superstar’s “Born This Way Foundation” as with her avant-grade creativity and bold voice, she stands as an advocate for the LGBT+ community and has joined the fight against the pandemic. This multi-faceted artist reinvents herself, again and again, pursuing her desires and commitments.

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