Gianfranco Ferré

Gianfranco Ferré was an extraordinary fashion designer, who became famous for unique style that combined classic elegance with modern elements. He is also known as the “architect of fashion”, able to strike the perfect balance between design, culture and art.

In 2007, Gianfranco Ferre became president of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. Among his clients were many celebrities such as Princess Diana, Queen of Jordan, Sharon Stone, Oprah Winfrey, Elizabeth Taylor. Ferre died in 2007, but his legacy is an inspiration to designers around the world and continues to unfold in luxury furniture collections.

The furniture designs are inspired by the country houses of Victorian England. There is no pretentiousness and extravagant colors in the collections, everything is kept in the best English traditions. The upholstery of Gianfranco Ferre Home furniture uses menswear fabrics and patterns that were present in the collections of clothes for English lords, monochrome shades and unique combinations. Thanks to the attention to detail and high quality of production, Gianfranco Ferre Home collections are always unique and never repeated.