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25 September
Gucci Décor Furniture Collection at BoscoCasa
BoscoCasa at Petrovsky Passage is expanding: Gucci Decor — an eclectic line that allows fans of the fashion house to "dress up" their homes in the unique style of Gucci — has been added to the boutique.
The mission of the Gucci Decor line is to create unique items, combinations of quirky elements and materials that will allow people to furnish their personal spaces in the best traditions of Gucci. Alessandro Michele, Gucci's creative director, applies his usual philosophy to creating furniture The fashion house style is easily recognizable through the use of colors, patterns, and decorative techniques. 
The porcelain products are made by the masters of the Florentine Richard Ginori manufacture, founded in 1735. Using the legacy of the craft of the legendary porcelain factory, Alessandro Michele created prints with bright herbariums and geometric chevrons. Porcelain products are decorated with 3D depictions of animals straight fr om the Gucci garden — bees, butterflies, and roosters. The original Richard Ginori aromatic candlesticks also complement the porcelain collection wh ere 3D figurines of beetles, deer, and bees support aromatic sticks.

The candles and incenses, designed by Michele, includes 4 fragrances: Inventum (notes of Damascus and Taif roses); Fumus (intense birch aroma mixed with notes of orange leaves and beeswax); Herbosum (flavors of tomato and plant leaves infused with the aroma of summer grass, seasoned with basil and lemongrass); and Esotericum (the bitter fragrance of Seville oranges with notes of jasmine, leather, and salt).

The functionality and design of the furniture collection are inspiring: chairs of unusual shape, made of bright floral jacquard, wooden chairs with high backs and soft seats, metal transformer tables. The main elements of the prints are flowers, cats, bees, and roaring tigers. 

The collection offers decorative folding screens, as well as screens lined with velvet to divide living spaces into zones. The interior surfaces of the screens are decorated with prints: garden and pineapple, geometric patterns, and ornaments with octopuses — each of the imagesis a reminder of Gucci prêt-à-porter collections. 

Finally, the Gucci Decor collection features wallpaper made of silk, vinyl, and paper with a design that refers to the famous Gucci Flora collection.  

Please join us at the pop-up exhibition at Petrovsky Passage and discover the Gucci Decor collection and the fantastic world of Gucci.

See you soon at BoscoCasa, Petrovsky Passage! Do not hesitate to call us at +7 (495) 620 3247. 

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