For the Luxe Conoisseurs
The French luxury house tapped Milan-based Dimore Studio to create an exclusive 14-piece collection showcasing mixed metals (gold, silver and bronze) juxtaposed with plexiglass and natural woven rattan, a nod to Dior's iconic Cannage motif.
These standout weaved vases from the 'Basket' series are a great addition to any feature wall or space.
For the Craft Seekers
Hermès paid homage to unique objects and raw materials for its 2019-2020 Home collection.
Made from bamboo, Japanese paper and copper plated steel, the 'Coulisse' table lamp is a statement lamp that also serves as a decorative centrepiece.
For the Experimental
Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades collection comprises 10 new travel-inspired objects, resulting from collaborations with designers including Zanellato/Bortotto and Atelier Biagetti.
This yellow flower bud-inspired seat by the Campana Brothers from Brazil is evocative of a tropical cocoon, lined with warming fabric on the inside and Vuitton leather on the outside. Luxuriate in the 'Bulbo', created for your ultimate well-being and comfort.
For the Minimalist
Featuring clean lines and a sleek aesthetic. Armani Casa's latest collection marries minimalism, sophistication and craftsmanship.
Introduce a pop of colour to a neutral space with these 'Noriko' table lamps, made of thin leather and brass.
For the Maximalist
Versace Home's new collection includes furniture, tabletops, porcelain tableware and outdoor pieces in signature Versace aesthetic.
The brand's symbols are seen in key pieces, such as this chair with a sculptural Medusa motif on reverse. A statement piece and conversation starter, no less.
For the Exuberant
Dolce and Gabbana X Smeg have once again teamed up on a lifestyle range dedicated to the iconography of the Sicilian cart, history, beauty and craftsmanship.
Characterised by one-of-a-kind Sicilian cart motifs and colourful patterns, this limited edition kettle is stylish as it is practical.
For the Retro-Inclined
Entitled “Back Home”, Fendi Casa's latest collection features the latest pieces by Italian architect and designer, Cristina Celestino. The collection celebrates the house's iconic motifs, reworked to create elegant pieces in various materials such as marble and onyx.
The 'Effe' marble coffee table was inspired by a floral motif designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld for the Maison in 1983 and oozes retro Italian vibes.
For the Quirky Ones
Marni looked to space for inspiration and engaged Colombian artisans for its latest "Marni Moon Walk" collection, futuristic in its vision and primitive in its tribal nuances and craft.
Fancy any one of these woven-PVC pieces pieces yet?
For the Artisanal Lovers
For its 5th Salone del Mobile exhibition, Loewe enlisted the help of 11 artists and masters of craft to reinterpret the art of traditional basket weaving. The luxury fashion house also commissioned Spanish artisans to create a range of bags, accessories and home decorations for its presentation.
This beautiful 'Dub' leather basket not only does double duty as a vase and ornament, it is the epitome of skilled craftsmanship and artisan flair.
For the Versatile
Diesel Living has referenced the past and present for its new offerings, including refreshed updates of best-selling classics.
The Aerozeppelin's modular seating is light, comfortable and highly versatile. Its key feature? A rotatable backrest that can accommodate the seat depth preferences of its users.