Temperley London for Gordon’s Gin

Following the success of Ten Green Bottles by Sir Terence Conran last year, the makers of Gordon’s, has partnered with British fashion house, Temperley London. Led by Alice Temperley, the designer has reinvented the Gordon’s label in a beautiful collection of limited edition bottles.

The Ten Green Bottles by Gordon’s & Temperley’ draws inspiration from both British heritage and Alice’s personal collection of vintage clothing and jewellery, bringing together real-world objects and digital techniques.

The iconic green bottle has been redesigned with highly decorative prints that range from signature Temperley leopard and lace motifs, to 1950s fashion jewellery or feathers, all originally hand-painted in the Temperley studio and then digitally placed on the label creating something beautiful and iconic for Gordon’s; each one different and strikingly original; showing a new side to the famous gin.

The ability to reinvent ourselves is something Brits are remarkably good at. It is something Gordon’s has achieved time and time again, from jazz age cocktails in the 1920s, to flavoured gins and the partnership with Sir Terence Conran. Pioneering spirit has always been the Gordon’s way.

The Ten Green Bottles by Gordon’s & Temperley’ limited edition collection is available in all major retailers nationwide in 70cl bottles (RRP £14.99) and 1L (RRP £20.89). For more information visit here

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by Annie Fong

Images courtesy of Gordon’s Gin

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