From the outset, Gianni Versace understood the importance of giving the brand a soul. A strong, precise identity that would be recognizable over the years, giving rise to products of international success in every area of lifestyle, fashion and decor. He was also farsighted when it came to collaborations, as is demonstrated by the partnership with Rosenthal that has lasted a quarter century and has produced porcelain items enhanced by the iconic prints of the maison.
In particular, the collection of scented candles Rosenthal meets Versace 2019 pays homage to the historic motifs of the brand through eight different natural wax candles. Refined creations for the table, with elegant details to create a luxurious setting, ready to glow with light for over 60 hours.
Medusa Gala, Vanity, Medusa, Le Jardin de Versace, Les Étoiles de la Mer, La Scala del Palazzo, Prestige Gala and I Baroque represent the perfect combination of classic and contemporary art, through stylistic features that have defined the Versace style.
Like the Baroque found in Vanity, a motif designed by Gianni Versace himself, or in Le Jardin de Versace, an enchanted garden of delicate pastel colors and allegorical ornaments. Or in Etoiles de la Mer, a modern reinterpretation of Les Trésor de la Mer. Without forgetting I love Baroque which features Medusa, another unmistakable symbol of Versace, also the protagonist of Medusa and past eras, and of Medusa Gala.
Prestige Gala celebrates the iconic design of the silk of Le Vase Baroque, with gilded elements and a winding border in a platinum color, framing two imposing lions.
La Scala del Palazzo is inspired by the majestic marble staircase of Palazzo Versace in Milan, elegantly combining architectural elements and sophisticated colors. The decoration is also seen in the Versace IV wallpaper line, together with Barocco Metallics, Heritage, Barocco Birds, Eterno and Découpage.