Karl Lagerfeld designs for Chanel and Fendi. And his namesake label Karl Lagerfeld. He’s delved into masstige collections for H&M and Macy’s Impulse. He’s designed costumes for Madonna and Kylie Minogue. He’s got a signature scent. He’s a photographer (for every campaign from his design houses, for V covers, for Harper’s Bazaar editorials, etc). He’s illustrated a children’s story. He loaned his voice to Grand Theft Audio and has designed a teddy bear in his likeness.

Now he’s designed a label for a wine bottle (above, doye). Reports WWD:

To help mark the 350th anniversary of the Château Rauzan-Ségla vineyard, and an exceptional harvest, Chanel’s couturier has designed the label for the 2009 vintage, creating a colorful sketch of the castle in the Margaux appellation of Bordeaux, France. Chanel acquired the prized winery in 1994.

So, finally he can add “designing a beverage label” to his resume.

Oh, wait.

Anyway, here it is: