Yes there is something missing from your homes. And it is called Gucci Décor.
Since its debut in the form of cushion for the guests of the Pre-SS17 show at Westminster Abbey. Gucci homeware was a mere whisper on the lips of few. However across Gucci boutiques you can now find a homeware line, under the name of Gucci Décor, which Gucci describes as "an eclectic collection of items with which customers can dress their own spaces.”
Alessandro Michele and his signature intricate bright and dramatic patterns comprised of floral and animal motifs can now be found across, furniture, cushions, crockery, tea sets, wallpaper made of silk, silk screens, candles and incense trays. The printed silk screens command circa £250,000. The collection has been intermingled in and around clothes found in boutiques. There is no dedicated homeware or 'Décor' section. As such the idea is "not to prescribe a particular decorative look, but to provide elements that allow for living spaces to be customised."
Richard Ginori, the Florentine porcelain company have collaborated to create a series of patterned crockery, candle holders, and small incense holders featuring Herbarium decoration and animals from the Gucci garden, like bees, butterflies and stag beetles.
Alessandro Michele has also developed four scents, for both candles and incense.
Each of the four scents have been desribed by the house; "Inventum is a delicate note of ancient damask rose, blended with voluptuous and distinctive Taif rose); Fumus (the dark and intense scent of birch, mingled with that of orange leaves and beeswax); Herbosum (the fresh, intense scents of tomato leaves and aromatic plants, mixed with the fragrance of long grass peppered with basil and lemongrass); and Esotericum (the bitter aroma of Seville oranges, intricately intertwined with notes of jasmine, leather and salt)."
Beautiful practicality, is what Gucci are going for. Allowing for consumers to constantly play and redress their internal environments
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