Gucci announces the launch of Gucci Décor. The idea is to propose eclectic elements to personalize living spaces. Alessandro Michele, Creative Director of Gucci, has the idea of a DIY program to customize clothes and accessories through the application of decorative details. The collection of interior objects bring a touch of contemporary romanticism to Gucci in the house.
The pieces of this collection present a multitude of motifs already seen in the fashion shows. Almost everything is inspired by its fashion collections and are here reinterpreted for furniture, accessories and dishes. The influence of the Gucci Garden lexicon is omnipresent, with abundant flora and creatures present everywhere.
Some pieces in the collection are made of porcelain and produced by Richard Ginori, the famous Florentine manufacture. The animals of the Gucci Garden are produced in 3D porcelain to adorn the boxes and their lids. Alessandro Michele has designed four fragrances to propose an original olfactory palette for candles and incense. The metal trays are distinguished by their bright colors and their audacious patterns.
The collection also includes bold decorative screens to separate living spaces, all inspired by the original ornamentation of the Gucci fashion collections. Gucci Décor also offers a range of unusual wallpapers for those looking to really stand out through the decoration of their interior. These creations reflect the imaginative vision of Alessandro Michele that objects that are easy to move make it possible to constantly reinvent the decor of an environment.