Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
24 February 2017
Donatella Versace is doing the thing she knows best: masterminding collections of clothing that embody aspiration and uplift.
18 February 2017
Menswear - Autumn 2017
15 January 2017
It was easy to interpret Versace’s latest menswear presentation as a dance across the lip of the volcano that boils mere metres below us. It was dark. Violence lurked.
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
24 September 2016
If it wasn’t exactly the Seven Ages of Versace we were watching, every hard-won shard of Donatella’s self-confidence was out there on the runway.
24 September 2016 • By Tim Blanks
18 September 2016
Versus is courting millennials with a fierce hunger to define themselves as individuals.
Haute Couture - Autumn 2016
7 July 2016
Haute Couture - Spring 2016
4 July 2016
Donatella has done such a brilliant job of bringing the house’s ready-to-wear collections down to this island earth that her couture couldn’t help but disappoint.
20 June 2016
Menswear - Spring 2017
19 June 2016
The sheer scale of the presentation was very much in the vein of Versace’s current confident grandiosity, but that is more an accurate reflection of how Donatella feels about women. Her shaven-headed boys are simply her servants.
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