Gucci Décor has just introduced a range of a new furniture and decorative pieces collection designed by Alessandro Michele. Featuring the House motifs, patterns and codes, the line also includes trays, cushions, mugs and metal folding tables designed to personalize the home.
Part of the porcelain collection include vases produced by Richard Ginori, the renowned Florentine company founded in 1735. Michele’s maximalist motifs and patterns from his fashion collections are reimagined and translated into furniture and furnishings, as seen from an illustration of the Chiavari chair, a Ligurian design crafted from wood with a lacquered red finish. The velvet upholstery is embroidered with a feline head, and clusters of flowers.
A collection of scented candles, incense burner is embellished with motifs of the House too, crafted from porcelain and produced by Richard Ginori. The hand holding a ring, a recurring design seen throughout the collection, decorates the top of the lid. The tableware is crafted from white Richard Ginori porcelain featuring Gucci’s Herbarium motif—a whimsical Toile de Jouy design of cherry branches, leaves and flowers, inspired by a vintage fabric.
Gucci Décor is slated to launch in September in selected Gucci stores, online at gucci.com and selected speciality stores.