Marble Texture mania is coming to Italy! Started in the US in 2012, marble fashion is not over at all. In facts, a new season is just starting with Italian brands re-interpreting marble texture. Get ready to see more Made in Italy products inspired to fine Italian marble in fashion, accessories, home decor, dinnerware, etc.
When Italian style meets marble the result is stunning, here are some examples of marble inspired products made in Italy:
1. FENDI The dawn of Romanity – marble fur coats
In the Fall-Winter 2019 – 2020 collection, FENDI pays a tribute to Rome and its marbles. Featuring awesome polychrome marble prints on chiffon, cashmere, and fur!
2. Artistante Italian silk marble print headscarves
This Italian artist transforms her painting and drawings in silk scarves: the latest collection is inspired to fine Italian marbles such as white Carrara marble or Portoro Black and gold marble.
3. Cromier marble sneakers
Cromier is a special project by Calzaturificio FRAU. A collection of colorful sneakers with Carrara marble sole. What the marble graces, colors forge in every step between earth and sky.
4. Bombata marble laptop bag
Bombata is an Italian designed collection of computer bags and folders, tablet cases, backpacks and accessories. These products were born from the idea of revisiting in a fun and young way a product often considered too serious. The latest limited edition is called “Carrara!” and is inspired to this Tuscan white marble.
5. L’ughetta marble turban
The first turban you can sculpt thanks to its malleable core, inspired to Carrara marble. L*ughetta marble turban is another example of marble print in Italy, Hand made in Carrara, UNESCO Creative City. Available in statuario, arabescato and portoro patterns..
6. Vetrerie Empoli glassware marble collection
Vetrerie di Empoli launches a new marble collection for summer 2019, with vases the center-table in marble effect glass obtained with color schemes that perfectly imitate the stone, with the insertion of colored and golden veins, stretched by hand. Vetrerie di Empoli is an Italian excellence founded in Empoli, Tuscany, in 1938.
7. Mario Luca Giusti melamin plates
Carrara marble pattern is printed on melamin in the Moreschina Bianca dinnerware collection. Marble inspired dinnerware is also a big trend in ceramic.