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The 101 on the Debut Gucci Decor Collection

Gucci homeware

The Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 lookbook was shot in the Antica Libreria Cascianelli and the Antica Spezieria di Santa Maria della Scala, two historic locations – one a specialist art history bookstore, the latter a 16th century apothecary allegedly used by numerous popes.

After a busy season, including collaborations with illustrator Angelica Hicks and the launch of creative director Alessandro Michele first fragrance, Gucci BloomGucci has now joined the home decor front with its very first collection of key pieces and furniture for your home. Gucci Décor riffs on the Italian label’s penchant for unapologetic grandeur and applies it across interior luxuries. From chichi chairs in bold prints reflecting the Fall 2017 color palette to precious porcelain pieces, the collection will give your homeware a Gucci twist. The Vogue fashion desk lists the key details you need to know.

From Living Room to Boudoir

The Gucci Décor line will include scented candles, chairs, wallpapers, silk screens, cushions, trays, and foldable tables. The items will carry the signature Gucci floral and animal motifs which have been spotted on the runway ever since Michele came on board in January 2015.

Gucci Décor launches in Fall 2017

Gucci Goes 360

Michele’s idea was to “provide elements that allow for living spaces to be customized,” the designer shared in a statement. Michele has created pieces that are of convenience: “If you make pieces easily moveable, you can constantly dress, and re-dress your environment.”

Gucci homeware

An illustration from the Gucci Fall 2017 womenswear and menswear collection featured an interiors illustration. Courtesy of Gucci

Collaboration Central

The collection will also feature some pieces from Italian porcelain company Richard Ginori, which Michele also happens to be the creative director of.

The Artist’s Brush

The maison enlisted the talent of artist Alex Merry to explore the collection in painterly form. Here we look at her key illustrations.

Gucci’s candles come complete with a decorated lid and feature designs inspired by the new-season collections.

The key pieces from the collection will decorate Gucci stores worldwide.

Classic silk screens and bold color trays will punctuate any living space with an injection of color, designed by style maestro Michele.

The Price Tag

The prices of the home decor items range from 697 AED/SAR; US $190 to 11,0190 AED/SAR; US $30,000, with the candles being the go-to pieces, and the silk screens in the upper tier of the price point. Gucci Décor is set to launch in Fall 2017, incorporating the furniture pieces into the store’s interior design, naturally.

Gucci Décor will be available in specialty stores and online in September 2017.

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