New collaboration that tells the story of an unexpected, moving philosophy of life in the open air, where design is inspired by nature and creativity becomes pure evasion
VERSACE HOME COLLECTION
They design, manufacture, distribute and sell luxury products ranging from high fashion to jewelry and parfumes, furniture, dinner sets...
This company was established in Milan in 1978 by Gianni Versace, one of the world's most talented and acclaimed fashion designer, today is a standard bearer of Italian excellency throughout the world. Additionally, the engage in many other projects which concern luxury lifestyle and design, which also carry Versace signature: luxury resorts, private jets and helicopteres, supercars made in limited editions...
From the very beginning, creative univers of Gianni Versace had always developed multidisciplinary, not only in fashioun, but in design, the widest possible sense of that term and the essential art of life transformed throughout his passion for all forms of art. Home Collection is the natural addition to his interests, created originally in 1992 as a fabrics collection for home, containing sheets, duvets, pillows etc, and it was followed by porcelain dinner sets, which were made in the collaboration with Rosenthal.
Since 1992 every collection has presented new themes, always linked with a certain established decorative emblem, like Medusa or Neo classical Greek elements.
On this years Salone Internacionale del Mobile in Milan, they presented their new collections of luxury home furniture, which exude true spirit of Versace, though the leader of the company now is Donatella Versace, sister of the late fashion genius. Furniture is made out of luxurious and expensive fabrics and designed in their world famous style. They used their famous patterns, prints and color combinations, so the company would keep its true spirit. Although they collaborate with many other fashion and design houses, their philosophy remains unchanged. Life is meant to be lived, enjoyed, used.
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