By  on June 12, 2014

PARIS — Printemps, the French department store famous for large-scale partnerships with fashion brands like Dior and Prada, has given over its windows, central atrium and even a pop-up Alain Ducasse café to crystal-maker Baccarat, which is marking its 250th anniversary this year.

The invasion, which runs through Aug. 23, trumpets the two companies’ belief that high-end table and homewares are on the rebound as consumers return to entertaining and discover what Baccarat chief executive officer Daniela Riccardi calls “shared luxury.”

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