The National Chamber of Italian Fashion ( recently announced its new initiative Milano Moda Design which will take place in tandem with the design trade fair Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone this month.

The scheme brings together fashion and interior-product design, focusing on the home collections and home textile collections of the biggest fashion houses, as well as special design events.

With Mercedes-Benz as a partner, Milano Moda Design will present various special projects and exhibitions as per the following…

Byblos has come up with a revival of its furniture that mixes antiquated style with the avant-garde.
Bottega Veneta presents its third furniture collection with handmade pieces that pay special atention to detail.
Giuliano Fujiwara will launch its minimalist product line with an Italian design signature Italian.
Fendi shows its collection with a high-fashion bent.
MissoniHome employs its familiar striped patterns on pieces for in- and outside the house.
Agatha Ruiz de la Prada designs “Agathology” for Emporium with emphasis on multicolored interiors.
Versace Home offers up typically Versace-esque style in all its regality.
Vivienne Westwood brings British irony to Molteni’s classical furniture.
Laura Biagiotti features home textile collections inspired by artist Giacomo Balla.
Thes Tziveli brings luxury in the house.

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Photo: Missoni interior design