Blue Mizza, The new Dior’s tableware series.
The new art of the table collection, a symbol of the New Look, pays homage to the feline grace of Monsieur Dior’s muse of the muses, Mitzah Bricard.
This is the second time the House reinvents its iconic leopard print, which the designer describes as “those who make elegance their main reason for being.”
Cordelia de Castellane produced an ultramarine blue variation of the classic print for the Mizza collection. A hand-embroidered and hand-painted carafe, glass, placemat, and napkin, as well as dessert plates, feature the delicate, reinterpreted spotty designs. The latter is paired with an octagonal porcelain service, whose contour is beautifully adorned with a bamboo motif and was inspired by the Dior summer 1973 collection dedicated to the arts of the table.
This new line comes with a re-edition of vintage items, silver-plated silverware, bowls, and decorative bowls, as well as a new version of the Corolle walking lamp designed exclusively for Dior Maison by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. Objects of want that are irresistible, promising grace and refinement.