One of our favorite pop art icons of the 20th century, Mr Andy Warhol, has painted everything from a Campbell's soup can to Elvis Presley, so it's only natural that the deceased artist, always up to party hard, gets his own champagne line. And where Warhol's concerned, only the best will do. Enter Dom Pérignon, who's taking the painter's love of 'pagne to new heights with a special collection inspired by Warhol's use of bold colors—there are red, blue, and yellow reinterpretations of the timeless bottles created by the Design Laboratory at Central Saint Martin's School of Art & Design, specially commissioned by Pérignon. If Andy, who was always out at Studio 54 drinking Dom, could see this champers (Vintage 2002, btw), we think he'd "pop" open a bottle faster than you can say Factory. The pop-champagne will be available on October 15th at select wine shops across the country.