From painted wallpapers to candle holders, to cushions, armchairs, decorative plates, ashtrays, folding screens, chairs and vases, the universe of Gucci spans any element you can imagine. Their newest release is a continuation of the House’s opulent aesthetic, which celebrates all things maximalist since Alessandro Michele took its reigns. Inspired by the richness and flamboyance of Rome’s Capitoline Museums, where Gucci’s latest show took place, the new Gucci Décor collection features hand-painted marble prints, brocades, tartan, florals, GG motifs, as well as other elements of the brand’s imaginary like snakes, eyes, stars, bees and tigers. As a nod to the Chinese year – the rat –, the new collection also features Mickey Mouse. And to celebrate the brand’s rich heritage, Michele has dug into the archive and pulled out a few emblematic designs by artists like Vittorio Accornero, Nathalie Lètè, Richard Ginori and Una Woodruff.