Saint-Louis creations are invited to a summer lunch in the countryside. In a photo shoot created by Goodmoods, the crystal pieces were paired with sweetened gingham tablecloths, old-fashioned woven baskets, beautifully designed rattan seats and even a chicken coop.
Refined yet familiar, crystal reinvents itself and flouts convention. A chessboard is improvised on a checkered tablecloth, Les Endiablés glasses are used as diabolos, while Tommy highballs are stacked in a chamboule-tout. Next to this, a lunch on the grass can be improvised: the mini Versailles vases are transformed into egg cups, the Apollo goblets into jam jars and the Folia vase into a pineapple. These pieces can be passed on from generation to generation and transformed according to your desires.
A diversion of uses dear to the Saint-Louis house. Last May, the Italian designer Stefania di Petrillo was invited to celebrate the popular spirit of French guinguettes by transforming the scenography of the Saint-Louis boutique at 13 Rue Royale in Paris. A resolutely cheerful spirit that can be seen in these photos by Nathalie Mohadjer & Goodmoods, which announce the effervescence of summer.