Men’s Fashion Week: Versace Fall 2018

Dana Mortada   |   14 - 01 - 2018

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Donatella Versace’s Fall 2018 menswear introduced a standout punk collection with exaggerated bright colours, mixed plaid and printed silks.

 

Referencing the post-modern times, the designer combined different tartan shapes on men’s and women’s outerwear pieces and quilted shirts. Models wore layered turtlenecks and knit sweaters in vivid hues of orange, pop pink and lime green, under pinstriped tailored suits.

 

Tiger prints scattered across short and long coats, and surely this time Versace went big, especially with the punk rock looking combat boots with super-thick soles and gold buckles and studs.

 

One must say that this collection was one of Versace’s best, where she re-inveted the rules and boundaries of  today’s time modern man.

 

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