The month of November it seems has been relegated to star studded collaborations between high profile celebrities and major international luxury brands. Earlier, we informed our readers about B1 Marine, a fascinating luxury designer watch created by Rolling Stones’s guitar player Ronnie Wood for Bremont. Now, one of the most noticeable Hollywood actors and a legend of action films for more than three decades, Sylvester Stallone, has joined hands with Italian luxury pens behemoth, Montegrappa to come out with a stunning luxury pen called, The Chaos. The word that spells pandemonium, Chaos, has been described on the Old Testament of the Bible, describing the conditions of the very early Earth. Mr. Stallone, took the properties of chaos and chose to incorporate them into a pen, thereby turning it into an instrument of ideas, thoughts and revolution. The entire design of the Chaos pen portrays closely bound elements of artistic perception, while carrying the luxurious elegance of Montegrappa pens of Italy, for which the company is so renowned for.
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The Chaos from Sylvester Stallone is crafted from black pearlised celluloid and this magnificent pen has been given a generous coating of gold and silver, depending upon the model. These precious metal overlays have been specifically handcrafted by craftsmen from Montegrappa and the pen even features an antiquated finish. The Chaos has been introduced in a limited edition model, where in this gorgeous pen will be available as 1,000 fountain pens and 920 roller balls all carrying sterling silver. The gold edition of the Chaos will be inclusive of 100 fountain pens and 100 roller balls, which in turn are also studded with precious stones. The Chaos limited edition pens are available for purchase with a price tag that hovers between $4,000 to $5,000 per pen.
According to Sylvester Stallone,
“My idea of Chaos is a sense of the Renaissance, when things were more simplified and perhaps more noble, place against our current technological society.”