Our new collection is one of evolution. The Socialite Family brand has grown. For this revival, we are bringing the aesthetics of the 1970s into the spotlight. A prolific period in design, and a true source of inspiration for Constance Gennari, founder and artistic director of The Socialite Family. Comforting curvaceous shapes combined with shades rich in character, which perfectly express our desire for generosity.
We wanted enveloping proportions to suit our bodies and their curves. First of all, those of Rotondo, our first modular sofa, with its organic shape and deliciously generous curves. And you will find this ultimate comfort in our Achille wooden school chair, a simple seat that is contemporary, elegant and stylish, as well as in the armchair version of our much-loved Pio. Our Monza bar chair is accentuated by its graphic lines, another evocative symbol of seventies design.
More present now than ever in our collection, creamy white and its monochrome softness is taking over of our now cult Carlotta coffee table and side table; just as it has in the pleated cotton of the floor lamp version of our Brera pendant light fitting. To further reveal the seventies spirit of our collection and the purity of our favourite shade, our accessories are adorned with subtle golden details. The elegant Marcello mirror, with its oval shape and perfect curves, is enhanced by finishing touches in brass. And for our brand-new Mezza Luna, larger and more sculptural than ever, the brass is brushed, creating a superb, subtle contrast with the softness of the opaline. Never before has the ambience that emanates from a collection been both so soothing and so bold.
Day after day, the spirit of our brand is being refined and defined more and more through timeless but unconventional lines with a strong personality.
Large Mezza Luna Wall Lamp, €770. ceramic Domino pots, from €35.
Achille chairs, €250. Chiara vase, from €60.
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