Opulence Design Concept's Dolce & Gabbana Casa Launch

These personalities celebrate the launch of Dolce & Gabbana Casa by Opulence Design Concept, introducing Italian elegance in the homes of Filipinos.

Opulence Design Concept, a top destination for Italian luxury homeware, proudly introduces Dolce & Gabbana Casa to the Philippines.

This collection redefines the standards of luxurious living. It showcases Italian craftsmanship, tradition, and innovation, curated by the iconic Dolce & Gabbana fashion house.

The grand launch of Dolce & Gabbana Casa took place at Greenbelt 5 Fashion Walk. This event coincided with the opening of Opulence Design Concept’s Pop-Up Store, which will be open for two months.

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Embrace Opulence

Upon arrival, visitors are greeted by stunning flowers, making it impossible not to take photos. 

They teamed up with master events stylist Gideon Hermosa to create beautiful floral installations inspired by D & G Casa’s signature motifs. The motifs are Carretto Siciliano, Blu Mediterraneo, Leopardo, and Zebra.

Heart Evangelista

These installations drew inspiration from the bold and expressive personas of D & G Casa Muses. This includes international fashion icon and actress Heart Evangelista and lifestyle columnist and philanthropist Tessa Prieto. Interior designer Chat Fores and fashion designer Rosanna Ocampo were also present at the event.

Gerry Sy, Gideon Hermosa, Jinky Sy, Heart Evangelista, Chat Fores, Tessa Prieto, Rosanna Ocampo, and Stephanie Zubiri

Their bright and expressive styles show the joy and skill that Dolce & Gabbana Casa brings to every space.

Key figures such as AGC Power Holdings Corp. Chairman & CEO Archie Carrasco, AGC PHC’s VP for Business Development Randolf Palanca, and Modern Media Group COO & Publisher of Billboard Philippines Anne Bernisca also attended the event. 

Randolf Palanca, Gerry Sy, Archie Carrasco, and Anne Bernisca/Photo by Ed Simon of KLIQ, Inc.

A Home of Two Cultures

Rooted in Dolce & Gabbana’s rich heritage, the D & G Casa collection introduces a new era of luxury living in the Philippines. 

Inspired by the fatto a mano or handcrafted excellence, Dolce & Gabbana Casa features vibrant colors, patterns, and designs that are deeply rooted in Italian culture.

Each piece embodies individuality and self-expression, making living spaces a place you can’t wait to return to.

Gerry and Jinky Sy, owners of Opulence Design Concept, were thrilled to see the guests enjoy the D&G Casa collection. 

“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,” said Gerry and Jinky Sy.

Owners of Opulence Design Concept, Gerry and Jinky Sy

Gerry and Jinky Sy emphasized that launching the collection alongside the Opulence Design Concept Pop-Up Store in Greenbelt 5 marks a significant step forward in their mission. 

They aim to provide discerning shoppers with an exclusive glimpse into their carefully curated selection of European treasures.

The Ultimate Home Combination

Dolce & Gabbana Casa offers a variety of dinnerware, bathroom textiles, and living accessories. Opulence Design Concept encourages Filipinos to embrace a lifestyle of luxury and art, with this collection serving as a starting point.

Exploring life beyond our doors is essential, yet finding joy in staying home is equally important. With the launch of Dolce & Gabbana Casa in the Philippines by Opulence Design Concept, Filipinos can now experience both Filipino warmth and Italian elegance in the comfort of their homes.

The Dolce & Gabbana Casa collection is available at the Opulence Design Concept Pop-Up Store in Greenbelt 5, Makati City, from May until mid-July 2024.

All photos courtesy of Nice Print Photography.

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