The new furniture collection encapsulates the Versace lifestyle. Spanning from bedroom, dining, living room and for the first time, outdoor pieces, the luxurious furniture translates the recognizable brand aesthetic into interior design.

Collaboration with Artists

The new Versace Home Collection will be presented at Fuori Salone during Milan Design Week with a special exhibition in Via Gesù. For the exhibit, Versace has collaborated with interior designer Andy Dixon and artist Sasha Bikoff.
Andy Dixon is a Canadian artist based in Los Angeles who plays with the tropes of art history and questions the inherent value in luxuries from past and present.

His influences are eclectic: Flemish still-life, Versace silk shirts and vintage Playboy magazine spreads.
Sasha Bikoff is an American interior designer whose aesthetic inspirations range from New York City and Miami where she grew up, to 18th century French Rococo mixed with 1960s Space Age Modern, 1970s French Modernism and 1980s Italian Memphis Milano.

 Pop Medusa

The key piece of the Pop Medusa line is an occasional chair, fit for both indoor and outdoor spaces.

Crafted from a durable polyethylene, it is both weather resistant changes and visually impactful.

Furniture

The new Versace Home furniture collection encapsulates the Versace lifestyle.

Spanning from bedroom, dining, living room and for the first time, outdoor pieces, the luxurious furniture translates the recognizable brand aesthetic into interior design.

Textiles & Accessories

The new Versace Home Textiles & Accessories collection presents lines for the bedroom, bathroom and living room that boast recognizable Versace symbols – the Medusa, Greek Key and Barocco.

Rosenthal meets Versace

A rhapsody of color and detail – the Medusa Rhapsody collection of fine porcelain adds that oh-so-Versace touch to any dining room.


One with the ready-to-wear collection, the dinnerware and clothing draw inspiration from each other – resulting in a remarkably modern, yet intrinsically Versace collection