Fashion houses are indeed taking us on a roller-coaster ride in the recent past, and things are no longer getting juicier.
Now, Gucci is coming up with another feather for its uber-chic cap by introducing a collection that will leave you in a more serious debt.
The company recently announced the move through some chic illustrations on Instagram, which consisted of furniture along with a line of other decorative pieces.
The collections which were crafted by Alessandro Michele, Gucci’s creative director, are designed to personalize home spaces and feature the House’s design codes, motif, and patterns.
Among the collection include plates, scented candles, trays, cushions, screens, and foldable chairs and tables. All fabrications will bear Alessandro’s signature from the runway present to give customers an extra jazz.
Best of all happens to be the wallpapers in iconic Gucci floral design to blow your mind away. They will be available in silk, paper, and vinyl. The candles are Gucci scented and incensed to give you an olfactory living experience.
The Gucci garden of blooming flowers, butterflies, bees, and cockerels is imagined on vivid metal trays, porcelain teapots, and tassel-trimmed cushions, which were produced by Richard Ginori, a renowned Florentine porcelain house.
You can add an instant character to any room in your house with a folding boldly patterned, silk screen all in of myriad prints. Alternatively, you can go for a chair with a serious flair, which is wonderfully upholstered in velvet.
According to Gucci, the collection is aimed to epitomize Michelle’s imaginative notion that will help homeowners move things easily and constantly dress and re-dress their environment.
Gucci notes that their collection won’t require its own dedicated floor space, but will be spread throughout boutiques. They will be displayed with Gucci’s ready to wear and accessories collection and shop fittings.
How Much Will It Cost You?
You will have to dig deeper into your pocket if you choose to go by the Gucci’s home décor style. Just like it sells it T-shirts for $590, it certainly won’t be cheaper.
Indeed, some homeowners will be compelled to sell an organ to purchase one of its octopus screen prints which is selling for $39,000.
However, you might be in a position to purchase a license tray which is selling for $250.
In reference to Gucci’s Instagrams, the line of the collection will officially hit the market in September and will be available via Gucci.com, as well as in other select Gucci and specialty boutiques.
History Of Gucci
Gucci is owned by the French holding company Kering and was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci. The biggest-selling Italian company has been on record after generating billions of dollars since 2008.
As of September 2009, Gucci was operating about 278 directly operated stores throughout the world. It wholesales all its items through upscale department stores and franchisees.
What Drives Gucci?
The fashion industry is being driven by creative director house-swaps that correspond with revamps.
With such press-worthy shakeups, Alessandro had to stand out. He was appointed the creative director in early 2016 after working for years behind the scenes with Frida Giannini, the former creative chief.
Michelle’s designs have not been sacred showpieces. He has enchanted bloggers, celebrities, editors, and buyers, inviting them to do away with their previous notions of the famed Italian design house and pick his every design – from kangaroo fur lined shoes to floral print garments.
This has made his designs jump from the runway to the street, red carpet, and magazine covers. Michelle has been spotted in every major red carpet events recently.
Inspired By Vision
Gucci’s 2017 collection was inspired by Michelle’s vision of the future, and it won’t be a surprise that his visions will take the design trends in the outer space. The Instagram photos and videos may be trying to tell a story, but they are hard to imagine.
The latest home décor collection debut due in September comes after the Channel’s Fall 2017 show featured a rocket, seemingly demonstrating that the outer space will be the next fashion trend.
Gucci’s invasion of home décor collection shouldn’t be a surprise. According to his devotees, Michelle admitted that he wanted to give up fashion to pursue interior design in 2014.
Currently, it appears that the two interests can coexist as he now heads to interior design. Gucci has now translated palettes, prints, fabrics, and decorative tropes from the catwalk collection onto furniture, plates, trays and home accessories.
Animals from Gucci garden – bees, butterflies, moth, and tiger – have now been rendered in porcelain, plates, trays, etc.
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