The House of Christian Lacroix and Vista Alegre 1824 debut their collaborative line, Primavera Home Collection, at Simona’s in the Design District.

Primavera Home Collection is one of 21 collaborations in Vista Alegre 1824’s maison line that features many facets of tableware to add to your home decor from brands such as Cailloute, Maya, Golden Dog, Eclairage, Ponte Rialto, Fauno, and more.

Vista Alegre 1824 | Christian Lacroix

How Can Simona’s Benefit Your Home Decor?

What better way to upgrade your tableware by adding luxury china, silverware and crystals from Simona’s?

The namesake of owner, Simona Radulescu, the luxury retail spot has quickly become a staple in Miami Design District’s home decor scene. The European institution acts as a conduit for merchandise from France, Portugal and England carrying exclusive designs for the client who enjoys the finer things in life.

Silverware and menagerie from brands such as Versace, Oscar de la Renta, David Lynch, Marcel Wanders, Philip Starck, Marc Chagall, and David Lynch lines Simona’s floating shelves.

What Is Primavera Home Collection?

The showroom turned its retail space into an art exhibit to launch the Primavera Home Collection. Upon entering Simona’s, attendees were greeted by an 8 by 5 feet tall ornate birdcage decorated with the line’s 50-plus products.

Christian Lacroix | Simona's | Miami Design District

A bird cage for The House of Christian Lacroix’s collaboration with Vista Alegre 1824 in Simona’s boutique located at the Miami Design District.

Attendees mingled amongst each other along with Sacha Walckhoff, Creative Director of the House of Christian Lacroix and Nicolas Topiol, CEO of the House of Christian Lacroix and owner and namesake of Simona’s, Simona Radulescu.

Christian Lacroix | Vista Alegre 1824

Guests included Adriana de Moura; Camille Perkins of Join Me in Miami; Lifestyle Bartender for Gin & Collins at the AC Hotel Sabrina Lyles; Media Personality Kim Caceres of and more.

Primavera Home Collection celebrates the House of Christian Lacroix and Vista Alegre 1824 mutual passion for porcelain and European-inspired design that represents the beauty of spring.

Butterfly Parade | Vista Alegre | Christian Lacroix

Prior to the unveiling, guests were treated to a VIP reception that included tasty hors d’ouerves such as filet mignon on crostini, watermelon topped with brie and a balsamic reduction, chicken sewers, and summer rolls along with libations courtesy of Thierry Isambert Catering. Thierry Isambert Catering’s past clients include Aston Martin and The Bass Museum.

Each piece in the collection featured gold and platinum filaments as well as hand-painted florals and coloring.

The collection has a tropical theme featuring colorful birds and feathers, lush vegetation and fireflies.

Christian Lacroix & Vista Alegre 1824

“Primavera is one of the most unique porcelain collections to have ever been created and it’s an honor to be the first store in the United States to showcase the masterpieces designed by two international powerhouses such as Christian Lacroix and Vista Alegre 1824,” says Simona Radulescu, the owner of the Simona’s. “The collection’s spectacular spring elements and hues are perfect for the season and its pieces are guaranteed to add a touch of luxury to every home.”

During the event, an artist from the House of Christian Lacroix painted porcelain menagerie while guests listened to live-jazz by saxophonist Ruben Gonzalez.