If you’re into design, you’ll know Milan’s Salone del Mobile. Over the years, the event has showcased some of the most iconic pieces in the furniture world.
For example, it’s where many first discovered the ds1025 designed by Ubald Klug: a modular sofa created to look like a pile of earth, which Mick Jagger was famously photographed on. First released in the 70s, the design’s unique shape remains a regular sighting in drool-worthy living rooms.
Or there’s Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni’s 1962 Arco Light, a large flexible light emerging from a block of marble that you might recognize from films such as The Italian Job (1969) or Diamonds Are Forever (1971) — which was also showcased at Salone.
Currently running its 61st edition, the annual event has been at the epicenter of cutting-edge design throughout its history, something that we have honored on our latest T-shirt.
Presenting 60 of what we deem to be the most iconic pieces from Salone’s over the years, the T-shirt features black and white images of all the furnishings on the back to create a collage of interior design grails.
Meanwhile, the front of the T-shirt has a more low-key co-branded chest print to match the rest of our collaborative Salone del Mobile capsule collection. Released as part of our celebrations for Milan Design Week, the four-piece drop also has a hoodie, cap, and t-shirt forefronting the Salone and its hometown of Milan.
Check out the whole capsule below and be sure to say posted to see our exclusive coverage of the event.