Clara Kasavina Home Featured in Once Upon a Dollhouse

Clara Kasavina Home's striking napkin holders have been featured in style and fashion blog Once Upon a Dollhouse. And judging by the many positive comments, they are a hit! 

Check out the extraordinary tablescape the two effortlessly creative ladies put together using our Lilia napkin holders, which are 24-carat gold-plated, hand-casted, and adorned with lovely sparkling Swarovski crystals.

And take a look at our lovely set. As you can see, they are perfect for your special home occasions.

Clara Kasavina at the Oscars

It was a celebrity double header for Clara Kasavina this weekend! Beloved for her dazzling designs that make a red carpet shot spectacular, Clara Kasavina was chosen by Alicia Silverstone and actress/model Bar Paly for very special Oscars events.

At the Women in Film event Alicia Silverstone picked Clara Kasavina's Jill clutch in Antique Silver and Black Diamond as the perfect match to go with her shimmering black dress.

Alicia Silverstone | Clara Kasavina | Women in Film | Jill Clutch in Black Diamon

Over at the Elton John Foundation Oscars party rising actress and model Bar Paly made an exceptional choice with Clara Kasavina's opulent Nicolai bag. This Russian/Israeli stunner sure knows how to stand out with an outfit of perfect contrasts.

Bar Paly | Clara Kasavina | Elton John Foundation Oscar's Party | Nicolai Bag

When these stars want to shine who do they turn to? Clara Kasavina, of course!

Bar Paly | Clara Kasavina | Elton John Foundation | Nicolai bag

A Day and Night at the Opera With Clara Kasavina

It's going to be a special day this Saturday, February 27th at the Metropolitan Opera. Puccini's Manon Lescaut will delight matinée lovers, and an exceptional Madame Butterfly will wow the evening opera crowd. But there's something just as fabulous to be seen that day in the Metropolitan Opera Shop. Clara Kasavina returns for another trunk show of her remarkable designs from 12-8 pm.

These are all made from the Met's own costumes, curtains, and chandeliers, including material from the Old Met, which was torn down in the sixties. What a remarkable partnership!

Do you know what the old chandeliers were called? Sputniks. A gift from the Austrian government, they were designed by Hans Herald Roth for J. & L. Lobmeyr of Vienna. These extraordinary "satellite" chandeliers were named after the famed Russian space vehicles and were made with genuine Swarovski crystal, some of remarkable size, all of remarkable clarity and sparkle. 

Our Sputnik hung in the lobby of the Met from 1966 until 2008, when all the Sputniks were replaced.

We treasure our authenticating letter from the Met confirming that ours is an original Sputnik. And now you can treasure the remarkable pieces of history that these handbags represent, designed by Clara Kasavina and sold exclusively at the Met Opera Shop. Stop by on Saturday, meet the designer, and hold a piece of history in your hands.