The Fuorisalone fair, which takes place within the Milan Design Week, will introduce the new Versace Home 2019 luxury collection. Versace cooperated with interior designer Sasha Bikoff and artist Andy Dixon on the installation.
Versace know what they’re doing: the surreal scenes are captivating!
Sasha Bikoff prepared an exclusive installation for the trade fair, featuring the latest pieces from the Versace Home 2019 collection. The neon clouds and islands that are part of it add flavor to the fantastic scene.
"I've always felt a deep connection with the Versace brand, as it embodies everything I believe in - a sense of fun and freedom," explains Sasha Bikoff.
Versace with artistic overtones
Canadian artist Andy Dixon living in Los Angeles transferred his New York exhibition "Look at This Stuff Isn't It Neat" to Fuorisalone. One of his key works is the installation of a hand-painted oversized Versace shirt, specially adapted for the Design Week.
“I've always been attracted to the work of Gianni and Donatella, especially to the imagination used in their designs. There are many common features between my own work and Versace, ” says Andy Dixon.
New luxury pieces of Versace Home 2019 will be exhibited at the Milan fair until April 14th
Included among them are furniture collections such as Pop Medusa, Logomania, Jungle and Rhapsody with classic Versace motifs. Your table can now be decorated with the luxurious Medusa Rhapsody collection whose most prominent feature is the perfect harmony of first-class ceramics and gold ornaments. As per usual, the collection includes iconic bathrobes and backpacks as well as decorative pillows, dominated by gold, white and black.
Browse the gallery below the article for samples of the collections.