Have you ever seen a chic sheep and wondered what in the world? Husband and wife artist pair, Claude and Francoise-Xavier Lalanne are known for their "Moutons de Laine" which were made in the 60's and are of the the most recognizable icons from Lalanne that even Coco Chanel owned these wooly life sized sheep in her Parisian apartment. These sheep have been featured in the Veranda Greystone Estate, and fashion designers, Marc Jacobs and Valentino own them. These sheep have become popular with art collectors as they evoke the thought that people should live comfortably with their art at home and it should never be something that is occasionally admired on a wall from afar.
If you had one of these Lalanne sheep where you put yours?
Sheep and stools are found at the Greystone Estate from Veranda
Marc Jacobs Paris Apartment from Casasugar
Delphine Krakoff of Pamplemousse Design showcases multiple Lalanne sheep in Southhampton.
Remodeled house which features this cute little sheep from Peppermint Bliss
Pair of wool sheep fit right at home on this green shag rug from Interior Design
Vintage Life magazine featuring room full of sheep chairs designed by Francois-Xavier Lalanne from Material Lust
Valentino with Lalanne sheep and pugs from Little Augury
Here is the great-grandaughter of the Lalanne's at the Bergdorf book signing of their coffee table book, Lalanne from Style.com
Get your own sheep!
Lalanne style sheep with cast iron face and legs from 1st Dibs.
Pair of 1970's French sheep from Maison Schembri
Pair of Life Sized Sheep from 1970's from Modernism Gallery