Fashion houses show chic designs for your patio
Several top labels have been showcasing home interior collections for years, and pretty soon, they’ll be kitting out our patios too.
The big fashion houses are no longer content with just dressing us. Several top labels have been showcasing home interior collections for years, and pretty soon, they’ll be kitting out our patios too.
At the Milan Furniture Fair, the premier event in interior design and decorating, Marni presented an outdoor collection inspired by the Paloquemao market in Bogota, Colombia. On show, metal sculptures of fruit, which in large versions will add a touch of eccentricity to lackluster gardens while in smaller versions can add some flair to a dining table.
Two armchairs and four side tables, all six models built out of metal and PVC, made up the colorful patio furniture range.
One of the biggest French fashion houses was also on hand at the fair to present its newest collection of “Nomad Objects” inspired by travel.
The elegant hanging red chair or the woven model can let the ‘armchair traveler’ take a stylish journey at home.
The Italian brand also branched out into the realm of interior design. For summer, Rosita Missoni has designed a collection faithful to her colorful and flowery style.
Known for its affinity for bright colors, Pucci is collaborating with Italian brand Bisazza, specialists in glass mosaics.
The patterns produced are historic Pucci prints, such as the “Collane” design, which dates from the 1970s.
After tableware and interior design, Diesel is attacking another part of the house, the outside, in collaboration with Italian brand Moroso. The result? Patio furniture in perforated metal, for a very refined industrial look.