The unapologetically extravagant Versace Home universe has always translated the glamorous codes of its fashion house into everything one might need for the home.
As the first fashion brand to look beyond what we wore to how we lived, the journey began with a home textiles collection comprising of sheets, duvets, pillows, and cushions in 1992. A range of dinner sets swiftly followed, resulting into a long-term collaboration with German chinaware maker, Rosenthal.
The brand then went on to create everything from furniture to lighting and wallpaper, culminating in Palazzo Versace. Touted as the world’s first fashion hotel, Palazzo Versace debuted on Australia’s Gold Coast and then expanded to Dubai.
The latest Versace Home collection proves that the brand is constantly adding an innovative edge to its storied heritage. Created by Versace in collaboration with renowned Italian studio Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, the collection embodies the house’s Italian roots and its references to classical art as well as Greek mythology.
Here, the fashion mogul shares her thoughts on the brand’s latest home furnishing designs.