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Maison Christian Lacroix teamed up with the traditional Portuguese porcelain and crystal brand Vista Alegre to create a line of tableware and decorative pieces featuring four sumptuous themes. "Butterfly Parade", "Picassiete", "Sol y Sombra" and "Forum" gather pieces in different sizes and unique designs. Butterflies, flowers, landscapes and geometric lines make these Baroque inspired motifs that can be combined in several ways.
Sacha Walckhoff, Creative Director of the renowned French house, says he always had a fascination with ceramics and with this new collection he could discover it's full potential, while exploring the universe of Christian lacroix: "We visited the unique location that is the Vista Alegre Factory, in Ílhavo, Portugal, built in the 19th century by a portuguese visionary, around a baroque chapel. We immediately knew we had found the perfect partner for this project. And it is thanks to this extraordinary team that we are currently able to present this first Christian Lacroix porcelain collection, in partnership with Vista Alegre."