Working with Maria Grazia Chiuri, Roger’s ceramic pumpkins are uncannily realistic with the bright orange hue glowing against the dark candle-lit backdrop. Setting the scene of a Halloween party table — albeit courtesy of Dior Maison — are Ruffo’s illustrated plates, which are inspired by vintage tarot cards and the concept of tarot reading. As Dior Maison puts it, “Ruffo’s intricate marvellings are rendered in black and white conveying a fascinating and alluring mystique,” all while referencing Monsieur Dior’s love for astrology.
The plates are made from fine Limoges porcelain and are accompanied by an equally eerie array of gothic glassware and formal cutlery. Candles are also on offer from Dior Maison, and the whole collection is available to purchase in Dior’s boutiques worldwide.
In other news, RHUDE has made a collaborative kitchenware capsule.