Sacha Walckhoff, creative director at Christian Lacroix Maison, has designed a collection of porcelain tableware.
This range made by the Portuguese brand Vista Alegre delivers graphic lines, trompe-l’oeil effects and butterfly motifs with a touch of fantasy.
As Sacha Walckhoff explained, this collection is “built around four main themes: “Sol y Sombra” — with watercolor stripes, “Forum” — engraved with images of 19th century monuments in Arles, “Picassiette” — a Gaudi-style trompe-l’oeil mosaic of shattered plates and “Butterfly parade” — symbolizing real or imaginary butterflies in flight. Each piece of this collection is threaded with intertwined gold and platinum.
Since 2010, Walckhoff has launched several decor collections including a range of textiles, wallpaper and accessories made by Designers Guild, wooden decorative panels created in collaboration with Marotte, a range of stationery produced by Libretto as well as a collection of scented candles for Welton London.
For this tableware collection, Christian Lacroix has collaborated with Vista Alegre, a Portuguese brand known for its high-end tableware, decorative objects and crystal.