Gianni Versace had a vision to expand the horizons of fashion. His fashion empire has taken top rung among luxury brands and has now broadened its horizons to jewelry and perfume, home furnishings and porcelain table services. Expanding from smaller objects the Versace signature now also captures luxury resorts, helicopters and limited edition supercars.
The Versace Home Collection team must have been working away feverishly to have created some of its latest items that may in fact end up in a museum some day. The label has a way about it in creating a mix of regal elegance and high fashion. The branding is flawless between the Atelier collections and home line with a seamless concept for creativity and opulence. Known for the Medusa print and Greek key this line truly is a signature. The Versace Label truly emits sexy, fierce and chic.
Versace is the master of gold and strong metallics. With Madonna as the latest Donatella fashion muse the line is showcasing star qualities with shocking details.
To offset the loud and grandiose Versace is also able to bring a simple and bold approach with minimal colors and fine details. Here we see bold graphics handled in a very simple and classic way. Versace nearly invented the black and white combination and uses it whole-heartedly through their collections.
As if pulled from a summer scarf each of these pieces evokes a youthful but experienced fun and flair. On the left are a new collection of luxury mattresses that i could picture on the floor in my bedroom or out in a field for a warm summers day. The combinations of yellow and pink make for vibrant decor items that catch their viewers by surprise and bring back a youth to stuffy or outdated rooms. One element that every homeowner can learn from Donatella Versace is to explore color and use it is often as possible and in unexpected ways.
Regal purple is back hard in 2010 with fun and rich combinations of hot pink, yellow and gold. Freshen this beautiful feminine color up with white and your home will simply be stunning!!
Kudos to Versace for coming up with such a fun palette and unexpected pieces. I love the purple chair with distorted proportions as it would make an excellent throne in my future shoe closet. The scarf chair ‘Tappeto Volante” looks like a great piece to curl up in with a book.