09/10/2017
Cheers.

Words by

Bailey Jones

Two iconic Italian brands have come together for a really fun collab. 

Following Disaronno’s collaborations with Moschino, Versace, Cavalli and Etro, it has now teamed up with legendary Italian label Missoni to create a range of limited edition bottles.

The Disaronno wears Missoni collaboration was announced during Milano Fashion Week to celebrate Angela Missoni’s 20th anniversary as creative director of Missoni. 

The bottles feature the brand's famous zig-zag pattern, with the liqueur visible through the transparent sections.

Disaronno’s dressed up bottles are part of the brands initiative to support the charity Fashion for Development, which is sponsored by the United Nations.

The bottles are available from BWS, Dan Murphy’s, First Choice, Vintage Cellars, Liquorland and other selected retailers. 

disaronno.com

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