Have you ever loved a designer brand so much you wished you could live in it? Well, technically, you can. Luxury brands have been dipping their toes into homewares for a while now – and we’re going to show you which top designer brands and items to deck your home out in.
Following the launch of Dior’s fall 2020 menswear collection is the upcoming Dior Maison tableware collection. Designed by Cordelia de Castellane, the collection comprises three plates and two mugs. Each piece displays elements of Shawn Stussy’s graphic repurposing of the Dior logo that we saw in the fall 2020 menswear collection. Head to your nearest Dior boutique to find out when the collection is coming your way.
The Louis Vuitton Box Scott has come in several different colourways since its initial release in 2018, but the original white monogram version is a perennial favourite. It’s not too loud and can easily serve as a subtle hint of luxury in any household. Give your rings and arm candy a new home with the Scott Box, or DIY a monogrammed scarf handle onto the vachetta leather to transform it into an evening bag.
Available at Louis Vuitton (Times Square, Pacific Place, and Tsim Sha Tsui)
This beautiful Horsecut Chess Set from Hermès features solid natural maple wood pieces, and comes in this teal iteration with the classic check pattern. Leave it on display atop your coffee table or engage in a little game or two to impress your guests. So distinguished…
Looking for something a little more eclectic? A little faux vintage? A little… Gucci? These Richard Ginori porcelain candles from Gucci’s décor line are the embodiment of Alessandro Michele’s vision. It features quintessential motifs from the Gucci house, including floral designs by Antoinette Poisson, art deco-style geometric patterns, and garden animals such as bees and birds.
Make a statement with Versace’s trademark daring style. Outfit your couch with the brand’s silk pillows, which come in a range of the luxury fashion house’s signature prints. The eye-catching Vittoria print cushion combines a range of bright colourful hues and historical art references. It doesn’t get any bolder than this.