The London-based jewellery designer, Solange Azagury-Partridge and Ladurée
are delighted to announce Solange pour Ladurée.
The collaboration pays homage to the designer’s flamboyant creations,
iconic collections, and rainbow interiors.
Ladurée was seduced by Solange’s imaginative and playful designs and together
they decided to create a macaron gift box using Solange’s signature rainbow motif,
containing a spectrum of colourful macarons.
To mark this special occasion, Solange has also designed
an exclusive macaron – the “Solangette” a delicious chocolate and orange edition.
Created by Laduree’s head Pastry chef Claire Heitzler,
it is one of the eight macarons included in the box.
Rainbow box of 8 macarons
SOLANGE pour Ladurée
Two chocolate macaron shells filled with
a delicious marmalade made with organic orange of Corsica
Available from 30th August 2017
“I’ve always been obsessed with colour and with rainbows in particular. Nothing makes
me happier than being surrounded by a total blend of all possible colours and patterns.
Hence my affection for Ladurée macarons… There is a certain childish joy one gets
when you open a box and see all those vibrant, delicious little treats”.
As a designer, I’m delighted to collaborate with Ladurée to create one of their
beautifully presented macaron boxes, using a rainbow motif of course. We have also
created the Solangette Macaron, orange and chocolate being a truly killer
combination. I hope that this box will perhaps even increase the amount of pleasure
one gets on opening it!”
“This exclusive collaboration pays perfect homage to the designer’s creative diversity,
and the Rainbow box, her signature motif and lucky charm pairs perfectly with our
array of macaron flavours.”
Solange Azagury-Partridge is a British jewellery designer based in London.
Self taught, the first piece of jewellery she designed was her own engagement ring in 1987.
Encouraged by friends, Solange began producing one-off pieces and,
very quickly, a collection and business were born.
By 1995, Solange had opened her unique red velvet-lined boutique on London’s
Westbourne Grove. The boutique was an overnight sensation and her
idiosyncratic designs were received to critical and commercial success.
Her early collections Written, Hotlips, Stoned, Platonic, Kinetic and Black
Rainbows attracted celebrities and tastemakers alike and remain bestsellers.
Solange’s previous London boutique in Mayfair was described by Suzy Menkes
in the International New York Times as ‘an Alice in Wonderland experience’.
To coincide with the launch of the boutique, Solange presented her
Metamorphosis collection – five objects that contain wearable jewels and
continue Solange’s unique vision and love of storytelling. Whenever Solange
launches a collection she likes to commission a film to tell a story and show the
jewels to their best advantage. A film for the Stoned collection starred Thandie
Newton. A film for Alpha , Solange’s first men’s collection, starred Mark
Ruffalo. Sam Taylor-Johnson directed Liberty Ross in a film for the 24:7 collection.
Solange has boutiques in London, New York and jewellery in London’s
Victoria&Albert Museum and Paris’s Musée des Arts Décoratifs