DAY 4 : LUXE CONFIDANTE'S 2014 CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE
Who is this beauty so irresistible that even THE designer himself, Philippe Starck succumbed to her charms?
The enigmatic muse of Fornasetti Design, Natalina Cavalieri, was a 19th century Italian opera soprano singer who as a young orphan, came to Paris to pursue a musical career. Sometime in the 1950’s, the legendary Milanese artist Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) first saw her face in a French magazine and was bewitched...forever.
Elegant decorative plates in porcelain and gold.
Quirky and playful.
Atelier Fornasetti for decades has established a name among collectors and design aficionados for its eclectic, sophisticated and timeless objets d’art that are equally functional.
Bookends for the voracious reader.
Penholder in porcelain and gold to add a touch of sophistication on a desk.
Scented candle in a whimsical porcelain vessel and lid.
Fornasetti scarf collection featuring the "Hydrangea".
Piero’s son Barnaba successfully continues on with the company’s design philosophy and vision but without a third generation to take on the family business these handmade objects are collector’s pieces in the making and would make perfect gifts for Fornasetti connoisseurs and admirers alike.
ACT FAST and be done with your Christmas shopping by mid-November. All that’s left to do is place these goodies under your tree.
For more personalized gift suggestions, email us at WISH@LUXECONFIDANTE.COM
Images : Yoox & Fornasetti