About Versace Dinnerware

By: Sanjeevkumar

The successful crystal glass series Treasury by Rosenthalmeets Versace turns every occasion into a festive event. This glass collectionwith the characteristic Medusa head consists of extraordinary tabletopaccessories of pure lead crystal. Modern and yet timeless, the appeal of thiscollection lies in the traditional design coupled with innovative elements. TheDecanter in this series holds 27 ounces and comes in a Versace gift box.

Gianni Versace was born in Reggio Calabria, Italyin 1946. When he was a youngster, Versace’s mother supported the family as theproprietor of a small sewing shop. Versace learned everything about makingclothes there and soon he designed apparel himself, which his mother wasdelighted to sell in her shop. Versace later acquired additional and valuableskills as a fabric buyer, working in various companies as a buyer.

Versace's first job as a designer was obtained in 1972working for a Lucca, Italybased company known as Fiori Fioretini. Versace designed an entire collectionfor them that was very well received. also designedfor the Italian fashion labels De Parisi, Genny (for whom he would later beworking again), Callaghan, Alma,and then for Complice in 1974. The work for Complice represented the first timethe Versace name was included in the brand name of the items he designed.

Versace launched his Gianni Versace label in 1978, but roseto prominence in the eighties with his flashy designs for both men and women.Boutiques soon started to spread around the world due to the growing popularityof his work. Versace was considered along with Giorgio Armani one of theworld's leading ready-to-wear-fashion designers. Such celebrities as PrincessDiana, Demi Moore, Elton John, Prince, Madonna, Kim Basinger, Leonardo DiCaprioand Elizabeth Hurley (whose career was made in a safety pin Versace gown in1994) wore Versace designs. Versace products are available here. Pleasepurchase on online

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