At the Gucci shows in Milan, creative director Alessandro Michele’s carpet gets almost as much attention (and Instagram love) as the fashion collection. When the brand showed in London, editors were seen pilfering the Gucci-designed cushions that lined the front row. So it was only a matter of time before the Italian fashion house branched into homeware. The 30-piece collection, which will be sold under the name Gucci Décor, includes chairs, ceramics (created in partnership with Richard Ginori, the historic Florentine porcelain company), candles (available in four new house scents), silk screens and cushions. No longer just for the FROW. Plate, £40, gucci.com.