Versace opens a new boutique in Boston, based on the concept designed by Donatella Versace in collaboration with the English architect Jamie Fobert.

The store has an area of ​​225 square meters, blending opulence and Italian architectural tradition with the dynamism and energy of Versace today. Mosaics in marble, brass and perspex create a luxurious, contemporary setting in which to display the Versace ready-to-wear collections of womenswear, menswear and accessories.

A meeting place between past and future, the boutique has mosaic floors inspired by the Byzantine churches of the 9th century, in contrast with the perspex walls and shelves that seem to hover. The circular layout of the mosaic floors echoes the shape of the walls.

Brass is the protagonist of the metal parts and confirms the atmosphere of total luxury. To celebrate this opening, Donatella Versace has designed a limited edition of the Palazzo Sultan handbag and the Palazzo Pumps.

Made in craquelé laminated leather with a ton-sur-ton Medusa, this limited edition is available in red, white and blue: a tribute to colors of the United States of America. Each bag will have a metal tag engraved with “Versace Red, White & Blue.”