Living la Dolce & Gabbana vita.
Today, the Italian design and style residence announced their very first at any time house decor line, Dolce & Gabbana Casa, at their Alta Moda couture clearly show in Venice. The chic collection of colorful curios includes every thing from seating, to dining, to cabinetry—each adorned in just one of 4 signature motifs: Mediterranean Blue, Carretto, Leo, and Zebra.
There’s a sofa upholstered in a assertion swirling blue-and-white sample, a spherical desk coated in the eye-popping Carretto motif, animal print stools, and a leopard-pattern rug. “We needed an explosion of hues, feelings, scents,” Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana notify Vogue. “Each theme embodies a unique lifestyle.”
In crafting their creations, they collaborated with numerous Venetian heritage makes and artists, from legendary Murano glassmakers like Barbini and Salviati to luxurious textile corporation Tessitura Luigi Bevilacqua.
The manufacturer enlargement has been a lengthy time coming, with the design duo describing it as a “natural extension of the Dolce & Gabbana globe.” Of program, the world of residence items was not wholly uncharted territory: in 2018, they launched a line of juicers, toasters, espresso devices, teapots, and blenders with Smeg. The spring in advance of that, they hand-painted 100 refrigerators for Salone de Cellular.
Nonetheless the designers did experience a newfound perception of urgency around the earlier 18 months as persons sought solace in their homes amid shutdowns. “The situations we have professional a short while ago have led us to dwell the dwelling natural environment even much more intensely and to commit to it the focus that the each day frenzy often helps make us get rid of,” Dolce and Gabbana say.
So they determined to go from little appliances and objects to pieces that do not just accent a space but develop a single. Considerably like their outfits, which seem to often embody the aura of a glamorous, sensual Italian female, Dolce & Gabbana Casa is vibrant, feminine and daring, meant for the maximalist who exudes ooh-la-la opulence, considers leopard print a neutral, and dresses themselves and their house “in creativity and fantasy,” as Dolce and Gabbana set it.
The collection will quickly be accessible on the web, and at some point, the model says, in retailers globally. But for now, indulge in some inside-design swooning.