Fresh from announcing a long-term partnership with Converse, London-based skate label COPSON has teamed up with Kana for a new ceramics capsule inspired by 1970s Italian interiors. The two brands worked together due to “a shared heritage and appreciation for the European good life, and most importantly things that have been lost over time.”
The collection, titled “Paradiso,” comprises of a full dining set of espresso cups, pasta plates, negroni tumblers, serving bowls, side plates and ice cream bowls. The color palette features brown and off-white tones that have been offset with green touches, while terazzo and marble effects continue the collection’s Italian influence. With each of the pieces being handmade, every single item in the collaborative collection is unique.
Take a look through the COPSON x Kana ceramics collection above, and head over to the Kana web store to pick up pieces from “Paradiso” now, before they release at Selfridges later in the month.
In other design news, Gucci has recently launched some extravagant new vases.
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Paradiso, our first major shift towards less is more. Working on things that take time to make, are more expensive, but something you’ll want to keep for a long time and show off to your mates. Made by hand in London. Tested by Nonnas in Southern Italy. Launching this autumn.