News & Analysis
29 June 2019
The New York Times
29 June 2019 • By The New York Times
21 June 2019
15 June 2019
Masculine stereotypes were well and truly challenged on Donatella’s catwalk by a killer combination of rococo decoration and hormonal teen rave culture. But even her challenge was overtaken by the speed of life.
23 February 2019
The strength of Donatella’s new work is the way she embraces it, with love and fearlessness and the same dry wit with which she deals with all the tricky propositions in her life.
28 January 2019
13 January 2019
The collection brooded on the scattergun codes of modern masculinity with an orgy of quite gorgeous separates likely to hit their target.
26 September 2018
24 September 2018
24 September 2018 • By Bloomberg
22 September 2018
The mix didn’t always work. But when it did, it was testament to Donatella’s ongoing confidence in making Versace her own.
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