With the aim of displaying new models supporting and completing the huge creative, productive and networking work carried out throughout the start-up’s first three years of activity, Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors stand was twice bigger than last year, reaching 420 square meters.

Thanks to these new models, always inspired to the previous models of the past three years, Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors Collection presented during the Salone del Mobile 2015 is more “mature” and complete. Some details remind the successful collections Sharpei, Wave and Hide Park, and there is a “mix and match” of completely new chromatic proposals and textures that are very different compared to the previous ones.

Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors introduced new materials and new colors, including the orange and blue Cavallino laser, a deer leather printed in three different colors, three new velvets, one new Roberto Cavalli silk, one outdoor fabric, and other different kinds of leathers (vintage, sauvage, cocco, nabuk) all in new colors.

The exposition area was divided into two parts: the first one, an open space of 350 square meters, where the choice of colors and materials was very uniform. The second, a mezzanine of 70 square meters, used as an office area, where a new outdoor collection was presented.

As opposed to last year, when the stand was divided into two different worlds, Iconic and Essential, this year the two moods were represented as a single collection characterized by products with Essential lines presented with Iconic fabrics and materials (richer and more decorative), displaying the two faces of the brand’s soul in a new atmosphere.

The highlight of the exposition was represented by two walk-in closets placed at the entrance of the stand, one for Her and one for Him, that portray the strong will to enter the world of Luxury Custom-Made Furniture. This work not only represents this year’s distinctive element, but also display, inside, Roberto Cavalli’s clothes, bags and shoes, to strongly underline the vital connection between design and fashion.