Breaking News: Versace To Unveil A New Home Collection at iSaloni 2019
Milan Design Week 2019 is a promising take on the world of design and with it comesiSaloni 2019. The Salone del Mobile 2019 edition is becoming once more the spotlight of design and Versace is here to unveil one of its most kept secrets – a new home collection that is limited so keep up with the latest news!
According to highsnobiety, there’s going to be a limited number of tickets, issued each day during the week. The exhibition will be at the Versace villa from April 10 to April 14.
The Milan furniture show is a show-stopping event and there’s not enough time to visit it all. This year, one of the most known brands in the world will be partnering it up with artist Andy Dixon and interior designer Sasha Bikoff.
“I have always been drawn to Gianni and Donatella’s work, especially the imagery used in patterns,” says Dixon, while Bikoff adds, “Versace lives through color and pattern breaking rules and promoting a sense of confidence and glamour which is how I decorate.”
The 2019 Versace home collection isn’t just a collection. This brand new home collection is going to have houseware as well as outdoor decor items. Among the brand’s novelties, in this edition of Salone del Mobile 2019, five different furniture collections are going to be unveiled as well.
Inspired by mythology and pop culture, according to sources, these are going to be seen around Versace furniture line at isaloni 2019:
“The Medusa range takes cues from the hair and features of Medusa, while the Jungle collection features Versace’s inaugural outdoor offerings, alongside the Pop Medusa assortment. The Jungle category consists of a hanging bed, sun bed, lanterns and a fire pit table, and the Pop Medusa includes weather-resistant chairs and a glass cube that serves as a side table or a stool. Versace’s Rhapsody line then showcases captivating Baroque prints, most eye-catching on a technicolor jacquard sofa. Lastly, Logomania finds ’90s-inspired logos and geometric patterns taking over leather sofas and various chairs.” , highsnobiety