As part of its new Rive Droite Collection, Saint Laurent has rolled out an exquisite selection of ceramics that will give your home its own lyrical essay. Created in collaboration with Manufacture des Émaux de Longwy, the first ceramic industry launched in the 18th century (in 1798), the collection features handmade decorative pieces that were produced in the iconic French manufacturer’s historical earthenware factory.
Envisioned by Saint Laurent Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello and photographed by Purienne, the collection features exquisite pieces, such as the Enameled Mosaic Vase, which is adorned with a vintage Marrakech-inspired pattern, and the gripping Panther Ball Vase. Also part of the collection is a stellar mix of trays and plates.
“The glazed ceramics combine Anthony Vaccarello’s creative vision with the ancestral technique of Émaux de Longwy, using a technique and savoir faire listed in France’s Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage,” read an Instagram post about what’s the French ceramist’s first collaboration with Saint Laurent. The collection is available exclusively at the Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris and Los Angeles, and on Ysl.com/rive-droite.