The firm’s bond with Missoni, a leading international player in both the fashion and lifestyle sectors, is also a “family affair”. Rosita Missoni, born Jelmini, is in fact the sister of Alberto and Giampiero, who run T&J Vestor with their Torrani cousins.
Over the years, the collection has gradually expanded and become richer in response to the Missoni Home brand’s growing success. In addition to exquisite printed, embroidered or jacquard fabrics there are now products and solutions for indoor and outdoor furnishing and for decorating the home and related spaces. In recent years its significant expansion has been matched by a strong international reputation. Furnishings now account for a major part of its rich assortment of textiles and ideas for the home, designed by Rosita Missoni.
Missoni’s outstanding creativity combined with T&J Vestor’s know-how and technology – which placed it at the market forefront – are the winning elements of a partnership based on imagination and innovation, earning considerable, iconic, worldwide acclaim.
Missoni Home Philosophy
Home, one of Rosita’s biggest passions. Life choices and lifestyles lie behind the MissoniHome project, which over the years has changed and expanded from fabrics to furnishings. It’s like a building in constant evolution.
According to Rosita’s creative philosophy, "…the home is alive. It’s constantly evolving and never finished." Her personal vision of the home atmosphere and furnishings has colored the Missoni Home brand. Unusual, captivating fabrics; innovative, simple shapes for sophisticated settings; a feeling of artiness but with a light touch; important, seemingly simple elements that blend easily into existing environments, adding vibrancy and color. Forms for separating and uniting, easy to move around including from indoors to outdoors or vice versa, enabling the magic atmosphere of the garden to be brought indoors.
"Furnishing my way means creating a habitat that’s ordered yet informal, versatile and welcoming. My home is always open to encounters or people just passing through, the family’s comings and goings, and for when friends and acquaintances unexpectedly drop in. It must evoke emotions and curiosity, it has to become an oasis of colors and moods, a snug shell full of appealing, unusual elements in out-of-the-mold arrangements…"