Versace unveiled his home collection at the upcoming Salone Mobile furniture fair in Milan and is set to showcase the luxury goods with a special exhibition featuring artists like Andy Dixon and Sasha Bikoff.
Versace is one of the best Luxury Brands in the world. Versace homes showcased their Home collection this year at the Milan Design Week. The high-end range includes several themed lines that blend the labels rich Italian background. The exhibition is from April 10th to April 14th and it’s only allowing a limited number of tickets for people to attend.
Versace is participating at Fuori Salone With an exhibition in collaboration with the interior designer Sasha Bikoff And Artist Andy Dixon. Sasha Bikoff is a Newyork city based interior designer and antique dealer. For Bikoff, interiors represent more than just living spaces: they evoke a distinguished lifestyle, offering individuals the unique opportunity to turn their homes into an eclectic, creative oasis and a place they can truly call their own. Andy Dixon is an LA-based Canadian artist. By layering historical references with contemporary social commentary, Dixon plays with the tropes of art history and questions the inherent value in luxuries from past and present. He shows his pieces in many important international collections.“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 colour and pattern breaking rules and promoting a sense of confidence and glamour which is how I decorate.”
The Collection had a wide range of modern design including house-ware and for the first time, they had a selection of outdoor pieces. There are five different sets of furniture which was revealed at the trade show — Pop Medusa, Medusa, Jungle, Rhapsody and Logomania- all are influenced by an amalgamation of Mythology and Pop culture.
One of the key pieces in the new #Versacehome collection is the Pop Medusa occasional chair, fit for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Artist Andy Dixon’s oversized Versace shirts and latest exhibit “Look at This Stuff, Isn’t it Neat” are displayed with the Versace Home collection.
Drawing inspiration from metallic leather skirts and mohair crop sweater looks featured in 1990s by the Versace advertising campaign imagery, Sasha Bikoff has customized one-off pieces made exclusively as unique art pieces for the Versace Fuorisalone Exhibit in Via Gesù 12.
Designed in a close collaboration between Versace and artist Andy Dixon, two new oversize print shirts feature motifs from Andy’s previous hand-painted works juxtaposed to classic Barocco elements. Dixon’s works corresponds with the signature Versace motif, highlighting the fusion of the artist’s aesthetic along with that of the brand.
The Medusa range is inspired by hair and features of the Mythical Goddess by giving unique shapes and curves on couches, tables and beds, as well as the use of high-end materials including marble, metal and smoked glass.
Logo mania is inspired by ’90s-inspired logos and geometric patterns that take hold of leather sofas and armchair. The jungle category which is derived its name by Spring/Summer 2000 collection Versace print. It consists oh Hanging chair, Sunbed Lanterns Etc. The Rhapsody line has Baroque Design with a technicolor jacquard sofa.