Here’s how fashion designers stopped at Milan Design Week

Last week, Milan was lit up with design-related events as part of Salone Del Mobile and Milan Design Week, which ran from June 6-12. As the annual design week focuses on lighting design, furniture design and more, it’s interesting how fashion designers are taking a different approach when designing interiors. And they didn’t fail design week. Here are some highlights.

Phillip Plein

The German fashion designer kicked off its foray into interiors with its new home collection, with a stand at Salone Del Mobile. He created a new collection for the home photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth and created in collaboration with furniture company Eichholtz and wallpaper company Zambaiti Parati. “I designed a truly immersive and experiential collection. Home design and architecture changed after the pandemic, and it made me rethink how people should feel at home,” Plein said.

Christian Lacroix

The French fashion label also creates designer rugs, floral-inspired dream interiors and furniture. Lacroix presented its latest collection, entitled Fête vos jeux, at Salone Del Mobile 2022 with porcelain brand Vista Alegre.

Casa toilet paper

Toiletpaper is more than just a magazine, it’s also a fashion and interior design company by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari. They not only throw big parties, but create everything from cat sweaters to cheeky slogans on bathroom mirrors. They also have a showroom in a house that got a lot of attention on Instagram, which they call Casa Toiletpaper (last week they announced Via Balzaretti, the street he calls home, as Toiletpaper Street , with a marble slab). Inside the house (by appointment only) there was a showcase of their latest design offerings, available on their site.

Hermes

The French fashion brand presented its interior design collection at La Pelota with wallpaper that takes visual inspiration from its textile patterns, which are abstract and minimal, while.

Dsquared2

The Canadian-born, Italian-based luxury brand has launched its first avant-garde wallpaper collection co-created with LondonArt, a wallpaper company that has worked with Maurizio Cattelan’s Toiletpaper brand. It combines branding with floral patterns, blending top and bottom.

Louis Vuitton Nomadic Objects

The French fashion house has launched a colorful three-story exhibition in Milan, focusing on weaving, hanging chairs and wall hangings reminiscent of flower power. As the fashion company’s interior design arm celebrated its 10th anniversary with a new lifestyle collection at Garage Traversi, all had a retro, modular vibe, much of it reminiscent of Pierre Cardin’s architecture.

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