clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Fendi’s ‘traveling’ dressing room is all Italian-glam

Don’t you just want to stay here forever?

Set up of a dressing room featuring plush carpet, velvet couches, low marble tables, standing mirror, mirrored screen, vanity, and lamps.
The collection was designed by Cristina Celestino.
Photos via Dezeen

Italian architect and designer Cristina Celestino has created a sumptuous traveling dressing room for luxury fashion house Fendi that very well could be a summary of some of this year’s best design trends.

The Milan-based Celestino, whom Wallpaper hails a “singular rising star,” works as an architect, creative director, and designer through Attico, a studio that she founded in 2010. Known for whimsical works, such as petticoat lamps and glass chairs and vanities, Celestino now makes her large-scale debut with this new collection.

First presented at Design Miami last month, “The Happy Room” is an interior space comprising 12 pieces of furniture and lighting and is meant to be a VIP room of sorts for the brand’s clientele. Featuring velvet seating in burnt orange and blue-green and trimmed in fox fur, brass-accented mirrors, vanities, and screens, low, inlaid-marble tables with bases that resemble the backs of earrings, and lamps with shades wrapped in perforated leather—all envisioned in clean silhouettes—the selection more than hints at a particular school of Italian glamour. Hues of blue and dusty pink, and materials like onyx, wood, and a new one developed by Fendi combining resin and fur, figure throughout the collection.

The pieces will be sold in select Fendi stores. Take a look below.

Via: Dezeen