Italian opulence finds a new home in the Philippines

For the discerning homeowners dreaming of infusing their living spaces with a touch of Italian elegance, Dolce & Gabbana Casa has arrived at its new home. Opulence Design Concept, the premiere destination for European homeware brands, welcomed the revered fashion house’s exquisite home collection with an immersive experience that transcends mere aesthetics and transports you into a world where style, craftsmanship, and individuality intertwine.

An opulent launch

Dolce & Gabbana Casa’s grand launch, coinciding with the opening of Opulence Design Concept Pop-Up Store at Greenbelt 5 Fashion Walk, was nothing short of a spectacle. The collaborative effort with master event stylist Gideon Hermosa treated guests to a celebration of Italian grandeur with stunning floral installations that pay homage to the brand’s signature motifs: the Carretto Siciliano, Blu Mediterraneo, Leopardo, and Zebra. Inspired by the rich tapestry of D&G Casa’s influences, these ornate displays set the stage for an unforgettable luxurious sensory journey with captivitaing music, ambrosial scents, and gastronomic indulgence.

Shop D & G Casa dinnerware and living accessories at Opulence

Intricate craftsmanship

Deeply rooted in the fatto a mano (handcrafted excellence) philosophy, each piece from the Dolce & Gabbana Casa collection boasts a vibrant fusion of colors, motifs, and designs that embody Italian culture and celebrate uniqueness. Each piece is carefully made to reflect self-expression, allowing its would-be owners the opportunity to create a space that mirrors their distinct style. From vibrant dinnerware to lavish bathroom textiles and living accessories, this exclusive collection invites you to embrace a lifestyle where luxury meets artistry and dreams become a vivid reality.

The lovely muses

Heart Evangelista shares her love her D & G and Opulence

Adding to the event’s allure were esteemed personalities whose bold and self-expressive personas encapsulated the very essence of Dolce & Gabbana Casa. Global fashion icon and actress Heart Evangelista, lifestyle columnist and philanthropist Tessa Prieto, interior designer Chat Fores, and fashion designer Rosanna Ocampo graced the occasion as muses, showcasing the vibrant and audacious spirit of the collection. Each of their striking personas brought more life to the glamorous event.

Pillars of opulence

Powerhouse couple Gerry and Jinky Sy, owners of Opulence Design Concept who remain committed to delivering carefully curated home pieces to their clients, gave their welcome remarks to officially launch both the luxury brand’s new collection and the pop-up store.

“We are beyond thrilled to bring Dolce & Gabbana Casa’s stunning audacity of design to the Philippines, which stays true to our vision of amplifying Filipinos’ ability to craft a home that perfectly reflects their passion, personality, and taste,” exclaimed Gerry and Jinky Sy.

“By launching the collection alongside the Opulence Design Concept Pop-Up Store in Greenbelt 5, we are taking another step forward in our mission to offer discerning shoppers an exclusive peek into our curated selection of European treasures.”

Heart, a known collaborator with the concept store, also shared her experience working on the D&G Casa collection. “I’ve always loved Dolce and Gabbana the brand…. It’s important to surround yourself with this festive feeling. I mean life can be full of problems, heartaches— Madam Tessa may agree but that is what she’s doing—she’s surrounding herself with all these beautiful colors, and this is Dolce for me.”

Whether you’re seeking to elevate your dining experience, transform your bathroom into a sanctuary of grandeur, or infuse your living spaces with the essence of Italian sophistication, Dolce & Gabbana Casa offers a captivating array of options. 

Indulge in the opulence of Italian design and glamour up your living spaces with this exclusive collection and other European luxury homeware brands, available at the Opulence Design Concept Pop-Up Store in Greenbelt 5, Makati City, from May until mid-July 2024.