The Versace myth is what makes the Versace name world famous. It is centred on the idea of a world of fashion, glamour and sexiness. The myth dates back to 1978, when the brand was created by founder, Gianni Versace.

The Versace Home collection defines luxury with beautiful and decorative innovations, reconfirming the Maison’s highest standard for elegance through the pleasurable contrast of sinuous geometric shapes. Excellent quality, superb craftsmanship, the attention towards detail, and continuous research, balances the tradition with reinterpreted modernity. An array of different styles and large prints reproduces shapes, blending the essential with the contemporary. For many pieces of this luxury furniture, wood plays a fundamental and prestigious role. The classical black and white lacquers and unusual precious materials such as Titanium and Ruthenium - rare Platinum metals - mark Versace’s innovative view on style and form. The Maison’s hallmark combination of black and white continues to be present. The exquisite choice of materials such as soft silk velvets and sophisticated brocade jacquard is applied to the most technological and innovative ideas and classic designs. Vegetable-tanned leather is skilfully hand embroidered reinterpreting the Versace logo or floral designs. 

The Versace Home collections typifies the house's ability to combine a love of both classical antiquity and innovative modernity. The tension inspired by this mix lies at the very core of the Versace brand.