Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors exhibits during the 61st edition of the Salone Del Mobile of Milan 2023, with a spectacular set-up, the perfect stage for the brand’s new collection.
The color palette combines black and white with little touches of cognac, becoming the unifying feature that guides visitors as they discover the line’s new offerings. The display is divided into multiple environments: four living rooms, two dining rooms, two bedrooms, and a broad outdoor space. The use of light curtains with the brand’s distinctive patterns – animalier and monogram – connects the different spaces, creating an ethereal atmosphere that reveals the mood of the collection, step by step.
In the first living room, the sinuous shape of the Elobay sofa stands out, its soft, rounded lines are emphasized by the decorative metal studs and upholstery in a warm, enveloping cognac shade. The sofa is paired with a composition of low tables of various sizes, materials and finishes, and the Maclaine armchair with leopard-skin upholstery.
In the first dining room, the combination of simple, linear forms of the new Bawe round dining table, dominates, contrasting with the precious details of the lazy Susan placed on the glossy lacquered surface, with the matt, textured gold of the central leg, and the large decorative monstera leaf handle of the Azingo cabinet. In the second living room, the symmetry of the composition of sofas and armchairs is interrupted by the Galite coffee table. The irregular shape of the travertine marble top and the side band with a rough golden finish recall the rocky surface of the volcanic island that gives its name to the piece.
The outdoor collection is particularly relevant in terms of its position, its breadth of scenic space and the completeness of the offering. An exhaustive collection declined in the areas of living and dining, where white predominates, combined with contrasting black details. Simple and linear from a formal point of view, the deckchair, director’s chair, the sun lounger, and the low tables are enriched with details and fabrics typical of the Cavalli world. The Dahlak sectional sofa is the iconic element of the collection, featuring contemporary-inspired geometric shapes and a special combination of outdoor fabrics presenting various animal patterns – including giraffe, zebra, and jaguar. The Mai Tai and Wild suspended seats complete the space in a classic Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors style.
Straight from the Maison’s latest fashion shows, in this edition of the Salone del Mobile, the brand presents the Wild Leda capsule collection: a sofa, an armchair, a love seat and low tables with soft shapes, upholstered in a print inspired by a rococo depiction of Leda and the Swan. The capsule celebrates the spirit of Fausto Puglisi’s collections and emphasizes the connection between design and fashion of the entire collection. On the occasion of Milan Design Week, the Outdoor collection and the Wild Leda capsule collection were also featured in a special set-up, inside the Roberto Cavalli boutique on Via Montenapoleone.