13/07/2017
Lush life.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

If embroidered sneakers and logo-printed tees weren’t enough to satisfy your Gucci addiction, then this next announcement may just pique your interest.

Gucci has announced it's officially entering the home decor market, with its new line, Gucci Décor.

Due to launch in September, the pieces embody Gucci’s maximalist aesthetic. Everything is covered in decorative detailing reflective of creative director Alessandro Michele’s fashion collections.

Crockery, cushions, teapots, chairs, candle holders and screens feature in the line. Michele has also worked to develop four signature scents for incense and candles.

Additionally, a range of bold and OTT silk and vinyl wallpapers will be available, for those really wanting to take their Gucci obsession to the next level.

gucci.com/au

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