Inside a Versace-Curated Palazzo in Manhattan

Haute couture icon Gianni Versace was renowned for his use of vivid colors, bold prints, and a general reverence for luxurious classicism. In the 1980s, he expanded his empire to include housewares, furnishings, and textiles and eventually applied his talents to stage designs for operas, ballets, and other productions. Versace employed his skills from all these arenas in the curation of his own home, this grand six-level Baroque Italian palazzo one block from Central Park, which he purchased in 1995 and thoroughly redesigned—and which the current owners have meticulously maintained and restored.

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