Milan Design Week is the event where you will get to see some amazing showcases as well as some relevant novelties from many of the world’s top brands. One of the names you can’t miss are the brands associated with the famous Jumbo Group, that will be having an amazing stand in Salone del Mobile.
This year, inside a space that measures over 2,400 square meters, you will have the chance to take a look at some amazing novelties from world-renowned brands. We’re talking of names such as Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors, Gianfranco Ferré Home, Etro Home Interiors and JCP will be introducing their distinct collections in a whole hallway. This will be an opportunity for the fans of any of the brands belonging to Jumbo Group to have a closer look at the many new collections they have in store.
Among some collections set to be introduced during Milan Design Week is the Jumbo Collection, a group of objects defined by fresh and bright colours as well as some precious gold details. Aside from being also embellished by classic style decorations, this set is best defined in the brand’s own words as a group of objects “designed with clean and elegant lines, combined with a decorative spirit”.
When it comes to Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors they’re planning on celebrating the sophistication of the brand by introducing new captivating, sensual shapes and textures in a collection where the colour pink prevails.
Gianfranco Ferré Home, on the other hand, will be presenting a new collection that will be using mostly menswear fabrics and leathers. Among these shades Prince of Wales, pinstripe and pied-de-poule are included in the mix, as well as a new colour palette with mixes of different hues of grey, blue and red-purple.
Lastly, Etro Home Interiors will also be revealing a couple of new surprises in this super stand, specifically by introducing an eclectic collection with nomadic themes projected onto a set composed by shapes, colours and materials. In this collection, you will be able to find the mythological inspirations for this collection with the presence of the Pegasus, ETRO’s historical symbol and even in other well-known symbols such as the arrow and the thunderbolt.