Striking, lively and colourful, fabrics and accessories from Christian Lacroix Maison represent the eclectic spirit and rich heritage of the French fashion house. The design firm has now introduced its first tableware range in collaboration with Portuguese porcelain manufacturer, Vista Alegre.
Sacha Walckhoff, creative director at Christian Lacroix Maison explains: “The collection is designed around four main themes: Sol y Sombra, a watercolour striped design; Forum, a print of 19th century Arles monuments; Picassiette, a trompe-l’oeil mosaic of Gaudi-style broken plates; and Butterfly parade, a flight of real and imaginary butterflies.
“The collection uses fantasy, humour and technical feats to reflect everything that has made our fashion house unique since its foundation. It also gives everyone the opportunity to accessorise their table however they wish, from the more traditional to the more contemporary, yet always in the spirit of our brand’s signature mix-and-match style.”
Images courtesy of Grégoire Alexandre