Paris Design Week takes place from 7 to 16 September 2023, and Luxury Living Group is marking the occasion by presenting a new display at its Paris store. It will offer visitors from France and around the world the chance to discover the latest collections from Bentley Home, Versace Home, Trussardi Casa and Luxence.

Paris Design Week also makes the perfect opportunity to unveil the new corner dedicated to Poltrona Frau, the luxury design brand which has been the benchmark for Italian-made products for over a century. Luxury Living and Poltrona Frau are part of the Lifestyle Design Group, the world’s largest hub for high-end design and furnishing.

The Poltrona Frau space will showcase a selection of iconic products, including the Let It Be sofa, the Fred desk and the Turner bookcase. It will also feature a number of new pieces from the 2023 Pleasures Collection, such as the Archibald two-seater sofa and an updated version of the classic Dezza armchair, upholstered in the brand-new Redevance fabric in printed wool silk.

The store on Avenue George V gets a brand-new look, while still maintaining the language of its narrative of home living through contemporary design, exceptional craftsmanship, and international style.


Innovation, luxury and design come together once again for this collection, and the brand’s most distinctive stylistic features remain unchanged: precise lines, the skilful use of wood, iconic curves and sculptural forms.

The Thames coffee tables designed by Federico Peri encapsulate the brand’s new vision, characterised by a strong focus on sustainable materials and manual skill. The atoll-like design of this two- or three-piece set features a contrasting central section housed within graphically curved crevices. The coffee table is also available in a version featuring a Paper Factor® surface designed by Riccardo Cavaciocchi.

The Dalston console table is another Federico Peri design, whose geometric form resembles a mathematical Pi, an effect accentuated by its combination of solids and voids. Its shape, inspired by the tall, rounded design of the front of vintage cars, emphasises the sense of dynamism. The top features delicate and sinuous lines and edges.

Carlo Colombo and the Bentley Home design department joined forces for Bayton, a highly complex sofa. Dynamic and distinctive, it exudes comfort and features an outward flare on its graceful and elegant wood frame.


The collection, designed under the creative direction of Donatella Versace by architects Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Serafini from PS+A studio, pays homage to the fashion house’s iconic stylistic codes.

The Zensational sectional sofa, one of the new collection’s key pieces, takes its name from its relaxed mood and is inspired by the Versace identity, with references to classical art and mythology. The sections are designed as sleek geometrical shapes with playful nods to the past: a tangram showcasing forms, patterns and materials in striking combinations.

The force of nature expressed through the powerful presence of marble is combined with the glamorous charm of Gold finishes for the Iconic collection of coffee tables. The asymmetrical, sensual, organic shapes of the tops, with softly rounded edges, elevate these small items of furniture into true home living treasures.

The 2023 collection also includes the new Stiletto bergère chair with a comfortable ottoman. The chair’s clean, contemporary lines emphasise its dynamic shape: the high back, shaped like a mermaid’s tail, tapers down to the feet, evoking Versace’s iconic stiletto heel.


Design meets art in the new Trussardi Casa collection, exploring a contemporary and cosmopolitan vision of home living.

Fascinated by architecture and drawn to the primitive shapes of nature and the veining and texture of stone, French designer Jimmy Delatour created the Papel desk. A combination of solids and voids make this piece both sturdy and graceful.

The Block series of lamps are defined by their contemporary style and their sleek, elegant shape.

Soft, cosy, welcoming lines, broken by sudden changes of section. Opposites attract to form the Nebula sofa, perfectly capturing the design approach of Lanzavecchia+Wai.

The Andrej table, designed by Elisa Ossino, has a sculptural presence which introduces a striking formal contrast between the volume of the base and the extremely slim top.



7-16 September 2023

10 am – 7 pm


16-18 Avenue George V Paris