The Coralina is a new tableware set by Vista Alegre based on the genius of one of the most highly reputed designers of haute couture in the entire world - Oscar de la Renta. The floral motifs inspired by a dress created for the magazine Vogue in September 2006, reflect the magnificence and elegance that the designer placed in all his creations. Decorated with a palette of warm and strong colors, the Coralina reflects the passion that Oscar de la Renta felt for these natural shades represented in the fragrances, haute couture clothing and accessories with his signature. A collection that echoes the splendor of the creations of this fashion designer.
- Set of 4
- Floral pattern
- 2.18 in H x 3.88 in W
Material & Care
- Hand wash
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