News . September 19, 2021

The artistic and cultural heritage conserved by VENINI narrates and expresses the iconic style of Versace.

The partnership between VERSACE and VENINI dates to 1997, when fashion icon Gianni Versace conceived a limited series of glass creations. Over the years, those iconic works, created in the 90s, have become true cult objects, particularly sought after by design enthusiasts from all over the world. Today, in 2021, in celebration of the centenary of VENINI, key designs from the brand’s heritage have been reinterpreted and updated.

Each VERSACE creation is characterised by a strong design aesthetic capable of expressing strength, seduction and glamour. Through a series of colour contrasts and unmistakable features, every work created by VENINI holds an unrivalled artistic and artisan heritage. These designs are made from Murano glass art: a culture that has been handed down from generation to generation in Venice since the year 1200 and that the historic furnace interprets and cultivates thanks to unceasing technical research and important partnerships with international artists and designers.

The partnership between these two companies promotes the excellence of Italian craftsmanship and has given life to three prestigious creations: VVV, SMOKING and GESSATO. Editions of 149 pieces each were skilfully made following three different processing techniques. Each piece is numbered and characterised by the application of the iconic gold-leaf Medusa, Versace’s instantly recognizable symbol that is enchanting, seductive and captivating.

From September 20th, in conjunction with Milan’s Fashion Week, these limited editions will be presented at the Venini boutique in Via Montenapoleone and at the Versace Home boutique in Via Durini: a not-to-be-missed destinations for design enthusiasts from all over the world. From the beginning of October, the works will be available for purchase on the site and in select authorised VENINI stores.

VENINI Flagship Store
Via Montenapoleone 10 – Milano
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