Karl Lagerfeld designs line of Diet Coke bottles
London: Chanel honcho Karl Lagerfeld is adding some fizz to fashion with a line of limited edition bottles for Coca-Cola`s Diet Coke designed by him.
The French designer, who famously lost 90 pounds by drinking only the low-calorie drink, has launched three bottles which will bear his name and immediately recognisable ponytailed silhouette, reported Daily Mail online.
This is Lagerfeld`s second collaboration with the soft-drink giant, after a 2010 venture.
"As everybody knows, I drink Diet Coke and nothing else, night and day. I loved what we did earlier but I`m delighted with this collaboration," said Lagerfeld.
The 2011 collection uses the same palette but the silhouette has shrunk, and spots, stripes and stars have been added.
Coca-Cola has been getting jazzed-up by the fashion world since 2003.
Matthew Williamson, Gianfranco Ferre, Marni and Roberto Cavalli have all designed bottles for the brand.