They were the prince and princess of the design world of the 80s, French designer Elizabeth Garouste and Swiss photographer Mattia Bonetti. With their innovative crafted design that we call today “collectible,” which was fresh, young, and so unlike the industrial production, common in that era, the two captured the imaginations of art loves worldwide. The two parted years ago, and now, Garouste introduces her own new work at Ralph Pucci. A longtime admirer of Garouste, who has not shown in the United States since the 1990’s, Pucci showcases a series of 17 objects, all produced in limited edition. With materials such as resin, bronze, ceramic, and wrought iron, where color merges with fantasy, the artist brings to life her signature and whimsical style, which is rooted in French mid-century tradition.