Missoni Home tableware collections expand the collaboration between Missoni and the historical porcelain manufacturer Richard Ginori 1735. The new series feature black&white flowers’ graphisms and explosive multicolor floral designs that enrich the flamboyant tableware collection of the Italian fashion house.
A symphony of floral graphic designs and optical waves decorates the BIANCONERO (black and white) service. The result is an elegant table service with a playful and refined feel and a geometric camouflage. The Bianconero designs are also availabe in red.
MARGHERITA collection features a kaleidoscopic floral pattern. Multicoloured wave motifs create a playful design on some important pieces. The bowls and plates echo the base colours of the décor with unified shaded effects: pink, lime green, aniseed, tamarind, raspberry and lemon. All pieces are edged in platinum.
Presented and Maison Objet 2015, the collections completed the Missoni-RichardGinori 1735 debut featuring the ZIGZAG collection. On that occasion, the iconic Missoni motifs and 2014 autumn winter collections were reinterpreted with a game of concentric zigzag lines and multicolour shades.
The Missoni Home – Richard Ginori 1735 project was born in collaboration with Alla Carta, a style magazine that explores commom paths between fashion, and and food coulture..
“Furnishing my way means creating a habitat that’s ordered yet informal, versatile and welcoming. It must evoke emotions and curiosity, it has to become an oasis of colours and moods, a snug shell full of appealing, unusual elements in out-of-the-mould arrangements” Says Rosita Missoni.
Founded in almost three centuries agou by the Marquis Carlo Ginori, Richard Ginori 1735 is one of the most antique porcelain manufacturer in Italy – Photos: courtesy of Missoni.