I really loved the looks from this line. It was full of feminine, light pieces that seemed to flow seamlessly off the bodies of the models. I especially loved the color scheme of creme, purple, mauve, and green shades. It was gorgeous!
This line was full of boyish styles and boxy cuts - I loved it! I appreciate any pieces that can be identified as androgynous or menswear inspired. The colors were fairly muted, with the exception of the bright blue ensembles. It was overall super chic.
I absolutely ADORED this line. Inspired by the 70s, it was full of fringe, eye-catching prints, and daring cuts.
The line this year was inspired by the Spanish influence on Sicily between the 1500s and 1700s. And it was absolutely fabulous! Full of floral embroidered prints, black lace, and red prints. I thought the Spanish influence was an excellent idea and loved what they came up with.
This line was pretty different from what Versace usually goes for. Donatella said that these looks were about a "new, fresh Versace." And she was definitely on the mark! It was full of asymmetrical lines, brighter colors, and mod cuts. I really liked it.
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