Milan Fashion Week: Versace FW18

Dana Mortada   |   24 - 02 - 2018

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Staged at the Royal Palace in Milan, as always Donatella Versace brings pristine creativity and style to the catwalk, simply with new modern royalty showcased through rainbow colours and lavish textures.

 

 

Where does someone go after Donatella‘s last spring ’18 collection? Well by added more volume, rainbow colours and a whole lot of extraordinary details, and most importantly the Versace gold hardware theme.

 

 

Referred to as the Versace clan, the powerful cast of models looked sensational as they walked down the runway with thrilling looks, included patent leather jackets in burgundy, and a camel pants and coats started highly wearable during the chiller months. The subtle Prep school theme included gartan patterns in clashing colour codes- like purple and electric yellow; everything was carefully tailored and coordinated with waist bags. Mini pleated skirts were high waisted and accentuated with a thick black leather belt.

 

 

Donatella makes sure that her clothes reveal her strong support for feminism, which she was messaged throw her new Versace logo-ed band Tees that some time peeped over the pants or even trucked underneath skirts. Exuberant fringes shimmied down the runway detailing precious mini party dresses. For fall 2018, the sweet clash of models sported sneakers perfect for day and chunky platforms for afterdark coordinated with body-hugging strapless dresses in black leather; also classic Versace printed jumpsuits resurfaced fabulously in gleaming gold.

 

 

Once again, Donatella debuted another outstanding collection, with bold and confident vibes mixed with the brand’s signature rock and roll touch. When Donatella debuts a collection , she makes sures that her clothes say strong, feminist and courageous.

 

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