Drinking champagne from Kate Moss' left boob has never been easier

Drinking champagne from Kate Moss' left boob has never been easier

CultureSeptember 01, 2014

You may never be within touching distance of Kate Moss' boobs, but thanks to artist Jane McAdam, you can now be in drinking distance. That's because she's gone and made a champagne glass out of Kate's left boob.

Collaborating with London restaurant 34, Jane took a mold of Kate's tittie and used it to create a champagne glass that extravagant diners could sip bubbly from. With a bust size of 34A, it's big enough to hold a moderate, non-offensive quantity of champagne, but small enough to help you retain your British civility. If they really wanted to get people drunk ... they'd do one with Kate Upton.

The glass was created to celebrate Kate Moss' 25th anniversary of being a supermodel, but it's not the first time that someone has used bazongas to make alcohol goblets. Rumor has it that the first champagne glass was inspired by Marie Antoinette's jugs and subsequent glass making efforts were in homage to her royal rack.

... Um, okay, how do you explain this then?

As of now, the glass is only available at the restaurant in England, so until we save up enough to stow away on a UK-bound cargo ship, red Solo cups are going to have to do.