Fashion designer Monsieur Christian Lacroix and ege have reaped the benefits of each other's skills for more than a decade. Working closely with the ege design team, Monsieur Christian Lacroix has tailored a number of impressive carpets for prestige customers: e.g. The Paris Museum of Fashion, Palais Galliera, Musée Réattu, Musée Cognacq-Jay, and also, Hôtel du Petit Moulin, Hôtel l'Antoine, Hôtel Notre Dame, and Hôtel Jules César. The degree of detail in patterns and colours made ege carpets a natural choice for this extravagant haute couture designer.
About Monsieur Christian Lacroix
Born in Arles on 16 May 1951. After studying classical literature and art history in Montpellier, then at the Sorbonne and the Ecole du Louvre, Monsieur Christian Lacroix migrated towards costume design and created his own fashion house in 1987. Since the 1980s, he has put his signature to the costumes and scenography of numerous theatrical, opera, ballet and museum productions. Since 2000, he has also been involved with more industrial design projects: TGV trains, hotels and cinemas.
"To me the carpet is a way of communicating: it’s like words, it’s like music. A carpet is like make-up, too. It changes the surface: it makes the room larger, wider or smaller. It underlines what you want to express. It’s like the make-up of music.”
Monsieur Christian Lacroix