Lalique | Debuts Spring Collections and Collaborations at Maison&Objet

For collectors and admirers alike.

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Tamara Jiji

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Luxury French glassmaker Lalique debuts its Spring collections and collaborations via Maison&Objet. Unveiling three unique collections, Lalique’s latest offerings are a testament to the brand’s unrelenting commitment to quality and luxury. 

The first collection, entitled ‘Empreinte Animale,’ was inspired by Jeweler and founder, René Lalique, and pays homage to the beauty of wildlife and nature. With zebra and tiger stripe motifs adorning intricate vases, alongside an equally alluring costume jewelry collection featuring geometric zebra crystal with metal links, ‘Empreinte Animale’ is for the lover of nature, and all-things earthly. 

The second collection, entitled ‘Liane Champs-Elysées,’ features a vine-like chain of crystal falling from the ceiling, inspired by the iconic Champs-Elysées pattern designed by Marc Lalique in 1951. The design is entirely customizable, and allows the owner to modify the placement of every leaf. 

The third and last collection was created alongside the estate of Belgian artist René Magritte. Magritte, for those who don't know, was a driving force behind the formation of the Brussels group of surrealists in the early 20s. In his collection with Lalique, we see some of the artist’s most beloved works come to life. 

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