For the purveyors of luxury, Versace Home is synonymous to luxurious living. And, at the upcoming 2013 Salone del Mobile event in Milan, Versace Home is going to debut its new bespoke furniture inspired by Donatella Versace, a name synonymous with elegance, sophistication and luxury. The star attraction of the event will be a 'Midas touched' piece of furniture called the 'Donatella Chair' by the Los Angeles based brother duo, Haas Brothers. Inspired by the themes like 'rock and roll' and 'blonde glamour, this unique piece of furniture has been made from honeycomb brass, with visible patterns on the body. The Upholstery as seen here, is black leather which is a signature part of all creations showcased by the Versace brand.
The upcoming Salon del Mobile 2013 event will have a whole lot of home furnishing products with the Versace connection around. The Haas brothers have gone to create more bespoken pieces of furniture, like the Honeycomb Club chair, and the 'Bondage' bench, which is sure to turn heads its way at the event showcase. With these naturally themed bodywork, clubbed with the bespoken black leather, speaks of the 'Versace style DNA', which Donatella herself has testified to. She went on to add,
“I love the new iconic pieces the Haas Brothers have created for Versace Home. They have captured the essence of Versace today, with pieces that are grounded in tradition while also looking fearlessly to the future. It’s amazing how they have taken elements from Versace’s fashion DNA and remixed them to make pieces for the home that are fresh and new. I enjoyed working with the Haas Brothers so much, they also created some special graphic animal prints for my recent Fall 2013 womenswear show.”
With these new creations on the fashion timeline this month, it really draws back memories of the past, which has shown some of what the Versace brand is all about. We have earlier told you about Versace Home's Collection 2012 unveiled at Salone del Mobile 2012 - a single masterpiece like the Crystal Chaise Lounge designed for the rich design addicts.