A completely new look for the Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors collection. Vivid, iridescent colours, patterns from the fifties and sixties, art deco finishes cloak the brand's furniture in a blaze of contemporary audacity and echoes of fashionistas.
The new products, in terms of colours and textures, come alive in the engaging setting of Maison&Objet, where the star is the Fabric Collection, made up of seven designs in five colour variations: armchairs, sofas, cushions and curtains are displayed in a riot of imagination.
The causal chic Baltimora sofa, characterized by a moveable back, is displayed in two versions: the first one with an elegant black leather total look; the other in octane printed fabric, fitted with a number of cushions ranging from yellow to black, or featuring the new fur patchwork from the Roberto Cavalli FW 16/16 collection. The sofas are accompanied by a couple of Devis armchairs, featuring the multicoloured palm leaf motive of the new Charlize printed silk; and by two Maclaine armchairs, with their distinctive 50s/60s style, in dusty rose velvet. The theme of exotic leaves, this time of banana tree, is also on the Julia curtains in printed silk satin, while on the floor lays one of the five new carpets of the collection, all in hand-knotted wool and silk.
The Flycase chest of drawers clad in eco turtle completes the room setting, together with the precious chandelier and pieces of furniture made by La Murrina for Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors.