Maison Christian Lacroix releases a porcelain collection that trumpets “Love who you want!”
Back in 1925, surrealist artists led by André Breton and Jacques Prévert invented the “Cadavre exquis” game, in which one follows up on a painting without knowing what the previous artist has done.
This very process inspired the Christian Lacroix Maison latest porcelain gift collection “Love who you want!” created in collaboration with the Vista Alegre manufacture.
CLM took immense fun and pleasure in mixing and matching signature images from its haute couture collections, together with its present-day, more modern, collections. New characters thus saw the light, such as Mister Tiger or Doña Jirafa. Yet, plenty more still remain to be created for each coaster or magnet. Play around with the numerous elements at your disposal and come up with your own fancy characters.
Says Sacha Walckhoff, creative director at Maison Christian Lacroix, “Now, for the maybe less creative minds among us, amusing Mix and Match characters are depicted, ready-made, on the vases and secret boxes of that playful collection.”
ALL ABOUT THE CHRISTIAN LACROIX BRAND
Since the creation of the fashion house in 1987 by LVMH, the House of Christian Lacroix lays the foundation for a coloUrful, exuberant and unique style, rooted in the designer’s birthplace of the city of Arles. The Hispanic inspirations, coloUrs, innovative forms borrowed from theatre make a sensation and are a breath of freshness in the fashion circles. Christian Lacroix’s creations are worn by the biggest international stars, including Madonna, Julianne Moore, Uma Thurman and recently Lady Gaga and Beyoncé.
The Christian Lacroix brand is sold worldwide, with collections of products as varied as men’s ready-to-wear and diversified collections of products such as leather goods, watches, jewelry, sunglasses, scarves, ties and fragrances; and in the world of home decor, with collections of fabrics, wallpapers, cushions and rugs, porcelain tableware, stationery and scented candles.
For more info, visit http://www.christian-lacroix.com