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Versace Home debuted a collection in collaboration with design duo Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini for Milan Design Week.
September 5, 2021 - September 12, 2021
For the occasion of Milan Design Week, Versace’s design line for the home has introduced a new collaboration between design duo Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini and the house’s Donatella Versace. With the help of Luxury Living Group the collection translates the codes and motifs of the brand into a selection of pieces for the home that look to classical art, mythology, and non-conformism. Focused on creating an immersive living experience, viewers at the Versace Home boutique will find debuts in luxurious combinations of leather, silk, marble, and luxury metals, which encompass recognizable imagery like the Medusa, Barocco, and Trésor de la Mer motifs. The resulting collection includes palatial pieces like a glossy black vanity with a rounded mirror, pots, vases, and cabinets in the shape of Medusa, and a series of statement throws and pillows.
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