The fashion set is more than familiar with Salone del Mobile by now. Beyond branching out into the odd furniture collections, dabbing a toe into the world of dynamic window displays and throwing a fancy cocktail party to celebrate (though, there’s plenty Aperol to be had) many of the luxury labels are turning out with fully-fledged creative collaboration with the art and design world’s top talents. See Cos, who enlisted Burning Man architect Arthur Mamou-Mani for it’s installation-cum-pavillion; Rimowa has teamed up with Spanish designer Guillermo Santomá and Bvlgari has commissioned Argentine artist and Wallpaper* Guest Editor Tomás Saraceno. And that’s just the start... Here is the Wallpaper* edit of the finest fashion findings to be seen at Salone del Mobile 2019.