NEW YORK – Buenos Aires – luxury fashion brand Gaucho has presented its Gaucho Casa Home collection with 70 storage units in lighting, décor and tableware, and company officials state that the home’s first line will be displayed alongside luxury clothing in a new store in Miami that is set to open in july.
The Gaucho – Buenos Aires retail store is located in Miami’s Design District and will include products from the company’s 800-SKU clothing line, leather goods and accessories, and the Gaucho Casa home collection.
Scott Mattis founder Design director Lautaro Garcia de la Pena said the new home products were inspired by the “rare heritage of Buenos Aires” and the gaucho culture of Argentina.
“Gaucho-Buenos Aires embodies the bold spirit that bears our name – the Knights who represent our Argentine culture, traditions and pride – and infuses it with the modern, cosmopolitan energy of our capital,” Matisse said. “The result is something completely individual, whether it be luxury leather handbags or unique household goods. Everything we create is a celebration of elegance, craftsmanship, adventure and all the pleasures of life.”
The Gaucho Casa Home collection features ethically sourced natural materials from Argentina, New Zealand and Iceland. Prices for household products range from $35 to $800.
Coming out of the pandemic where we’ve all spent an unprecedented time at home, this year has reaffirmed something we already knew was true: a luxuriously comfortable coverlet or a wonderfully elegant lamp that has the power to transform every corner of our homes into a living space, said Garcia de la Pena. : “This is the power of superior design.”
Matisse says the fusion of Argentine and American cultures is a natural fit for high-end retail products.
“Both the culture of Argentina and the United States love luxury goods,” he said. “Argentina is a great source for identifying or creating these luxury goods, while the United States has endless opportunities to showcase these highly sought-after items by the American public.”
Matisse added that the Casa Home collection attracts consumers looking for artisanal products.
“We work with skilled Argentines who master their crafts and use the finest materials,” Matisse continued. Our clients associate craftsmanship with quality, and seek out handcrafted artisanal goods whenever possible. They also appreciate buying products that have a story behind them, and they can share with others. They are globally minded, so a brand like Gaucho, which supports local artisans, cultures and crafts, attracts them.”
I’m Cindy Hodnett, Executive Editor of Brand Development for BridgeTower Media’s Home Furnishings division. Most recently, I worked in a marketing content development role, and now I’m rewearing my editor hat for Furniture Today, Home Accents Today, Gifts & Decor Accessories, Designers Today, Home Textiles Today, and Home Furnishing News. My first introduction to the business side of home furnishings was as Editor of FT in 2012 and Founding Editor of Designers Today in 2015, and now I once again work alongside some of the industry’s most dedicated professionals to keep our readers informed of the events, people and companies that impact on their business.