Of course, for the release of House of Gucci, fashion journalists and bloggers are dissecting every last detail of all the outfits Lady Gaga and Adam Driver are wearing in the new glossy drama. Yet we think the interiors, which Production Designer Arthur Max created, deserve just as much attention.
Patrizia Reggiani, played by the pop diva, plots her intrigues in ultra-modern city apartments, Italian palazzi, and hip clubs of the 80s and early 90s. Less is more applies nowhere here. Mirrored chrome flashes on furniture, sofas are oversized, and prints are allowed to be loud. Not one for a “normal” interior? We show you how your home can become the House of Gucci.
House of Gucci is in theaters now.
Written by Marius Thies.
This article originally appeared on Architectural Digest Germany.