A focus on fashion at the Furniture and Design Fair in Milan !

The 2012 Furniture and Design Fair in Milan has just closed its doors. A trend has been confirmed over the years with the rise of major fashion brands, furniture signed by designers!
Giorgio Armani was a pioneer in this field, with the label Armani Casa established in 2000 and his furniture with refined shapes and beautiful materials. With the name "Golden Age", the 2012/13 collection highlights the Italian expertise, with the use of straw marquetry and the implementation of gilded fluting.
Newcomer Roberto Cavalli reveals for the first time a home accessories line.
Moncler, the king of down, also proposes for the first time a down-feathered sofa, signed by Gilles & Boissier.
Issey Miyaké traces back to his origins and proposes Japanese paper lamps, stylish and poetic at Artemide.
An ethical initiative at Marni with a collection of 100 chairs made out of metal and multicolored PVC produced in Colombia by ex-prisoners as part of a social and professional reintegration.
Bottega Veneta, true to its casual & chic lines, proposes a new line in partnership with Poltrona Frau, with dark colors and exceptional materials.
Fendi Casa signs two sofas in leather by Toan Nguyen.
Versace, annually present at the Furniture and Design Fair, signs a flamboyant collection in its own style.
The label Maison Martin Margiela unveiled objects in sync with the philosophy of the house, combining comfort, creativity and resourcefulness ...
Hermès also invests in home furnishings with `Module H' created by the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, this metal modular screen and partition system decorates internal spaces with silk and leather squares and rectangles, whist remaining adjustable.
Fashion and design go hand in hand and once again this 2012 season proves it!

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