Opening Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, the Versace show saw models strutting their stuff down the catwalk at Le Centorial in a series of neon dresses, snakeskin pieces and cutaway numbers, as well as a white mink coat with mirror embroidery that took some 500 hours to create. Read more
In April, the annual furniture fair Salone del Mobile in Milano, showcased the home collections of fashion brands as Versace, Armani and Bottega Veneta. The patterns were bold and prints ubiquitous. One of the highlights of the exhibition was the definitive luxury brand Versace’s Home Collection, with its perfect blend of design and fashion.The collections includes limited edition gold-finished furniture to Versace’s 3D collection.
Donatella Versace, the Chief Designer of Versace group described the home collection to be a pure fashion in 3D, the outfits that could live in the homes of people. Here are the items which could be the next picks to enhance the style quotient of your home.
Versace showed its first couture collection since 2004 today.
Opening Couture Fashion Week in Paris alongside Christian Dior and Giambattista Valli, the Italian brand returned to high fashion in style.
Model of the moment Karlie Kloss and Vogue cover girl Arizona Muse strutted their stuff on the catwalk for the legendary label. Read more
DAMAC Properties’ stand at Cityscape will reflect the developer’s strategic focus on providing a holistic luxury experience across all hospitality, residential, commercial, retail and leisure developments.
“This year will be very different to anything we have ever done before at Cityscape. As a company, DAMAC Properties is taking the luxury experience to a whole new level. Cityscape will give us an opportunity to show people firsthand what we mean by that,” said Niall Mc Loughlin, Senior Vice President of DAMAC Properties. Read more
Emirates Sunland Group, the joint venture developers of Palazzo Versace Dubai, and Versace has unveiled the first “fully dressed” and completed condominium residence as its showcase residence on site.
The bedrooms of Palazzo Versace Dubai suites suites are all fully dressed in a selection of light blue, lilac, cream and peach pastel silk and linen home ware ranges.
The master bedroom suite measures 380 sqft (35 sqm) and this is not inclusive of the en-suite area. The master bedroom is dressed with the most elegant of the classic Versace fabric and linen range, designed specifically for the condominiums. The master bedroom also has a grand walk in closet complete with bespoke hand laid wood parquetry.
Each bedroom suite has a stunning en-suite bathroom featuring a collection of the finest mosaic and marble designs and sunblasted glass, complete with hand laid and cut diamond lagoon green marble flooring.
Emirates Sunland Group, the joint venture developers of Palazzo Versace Dubai, and Versace has unveiled the first “fully dressed” and completed condominium residence as its showcase residence on site. The palatial 4,732 sqft (440 sqm) condominium, showcases for the very first time the new range of bespoke Versace designed furniture, fabrics and colour schemes, created exclusively for the Palazzo Versace Dubai resort. The showcase residence provides a unique insight into the fashion inspired Palazzo Versace Dubai Hotel and resort scheduled to open early 2012.
The new Palazzo Versace Dubai residence is designed around a majestic grand reception room and entertaining spaces, a series of private terraces, complete with four lavish bedroom suites and a kitchen/breakfast room, all finished with the world’s finest Versace designed mosaics, marble flooring, design motifs and bespoke furniture, fabrics and accessories.
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Emirates Sunland Group has confirmed that its AED 2.3bn Palazzo Versace Dubai, one of the UAE’s most highly anticipated five-star hotels and high-end residences, is making excellent progress with its construction, and is now 80% complete. Palazzo Versace Dubai, which will provide an outstanding collection of private residences and luxury hotel suites, is well advanced and is fast becoming a recognisable landmark in the city.
Mall of the Emirates helped put a smile on the faces of many children recently, when it donated over AED 24,000 to improve the lives of many children through Make A Wish Foundation.
The donation for this noble cause was raised through a silent auction held at the grand launch of Mall of the Emiratesâ€™ newly opened Fashion Dome on October 3rd. During the exclusive opening event, which was attended by over 500 guests, ten luxury items sponsored by Diane Von Furstenberg, Galliano, Missoni, Mulberry, See by ChloÃ©, Versace, Sephora, Tribes, P.F. Changâ€™s and More CafÃ© were auctioned, with the proceeds of AED 24, 145 given to the popular charity.
The donation was handed over by Fuad Sharaf, Vice President, Mall of the Emirates to Mr. Hani Al Zubaidi, from the Board of Directors at the Make A Wish Foundation. The Make A Wish Foundation, which is also based in the UAE, is a global organisation that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich their lives with hope, strength & joy.
DAMAC Properties – a leading private residential, leisure and commercial developer in the region has announced the launch of DAMAC TOWER, a magnificent and exclusive new high-rise building set to open its doors in 2013 located in down town Beirut.
DAMAC has tied up with VERSACE, the world-renowned Italian fashion house synonymous with glamour and luxury to provide exclusive interior design by VERSACE HOME.
”DAMAC TOWER” – a high rise luxury tower will feature spacious private units resplendent with custom designed interiors. All the common areas including the health and fitness facilities, the concierge reception, and the main lobby will feature VERSACE HOME products. Read more
Damac Properties has revived plans for a luxury high-rise development in Lebanon, but with a new partner in the distinctively premium label Versace.
The announcement of the Damac Tower was formally made in Beirut yesterday, and also potentially signifies the first time in 20 months that a Dubai-based developer has launched a new project.
The choice of Beirut is also fitting given Lebanon’s â€” and its real estate market’s â€” history of constantly reinventing itself through periods of boom and testing times alike.
“We feel the time is now right for the launch of this high-end product to a market which continues to show signs of buoyancy and recovery,” said Niall McLoughlin, senior vice-president at Damac Holding.
The Damac Tower is looking at a completion date in 2013. Read more