VERSACE AUTUM/WINTER 2014| MILAN FASHION WEEK

 

With a late 70’s early 80’s rebel feel, the show begins with the famous silk baroque Versace print with a western cowboy twist. Deep jewel tones and dark neutrals filled the runway with endless amounts of various textures, with the most notable being a slick sheen, whether being in the full red leather cowboy outfit or the silk shirts and accessories.

This very cheeky collection definitely had a huge nod to gay culture, including coded handkerchiefs, jeweled crotches, leather chaps and over embellishments.

“It was an expression of freedom. I think it’s really important today with what’s going on in the world with civil rights and love.” – Donatella Versace

Overall a beautifully coquettish and fun collection.

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