Italian fashion house Versace splashed graphic prints all over its designs for its fall line on Friday, launching the collection in its own time days after Milan Fashion Week wrapped up.
Designer Donatella Versace transforms Greca brand motifs into geometric patterns, “a dynamic and immersive 3D maze”, for women’s and men’s clothing creations and in a video presentation of the line, models pose, act out scenes, and pacing in a large maze-like set.
Model Gigi Hadid looks cool, wearing a black top, skirt and coat.
The all-black outfit options followed before Versace presented trouser suits, tops, dresses, skirts, jackets and bags decorated with Greca motifs, in shades of brown, red and blue.
The release of the Versace film comes after its usual show, Milan Fashion Week, closes on Monday. Like many fashion houses, the brand, which is owned by Capri Holding, shares videos online rather than hosting regular catwalk shows due to Covid-19 restrictions.
“I’ve realized that this is the future, a new way of communicating collections,” Versace said in a statement, adding that models, like actors, bring “design” to life.
“During the filming of this show, I saw how important it is to give models time to ‘feel’ the clothes they are wearing on the runway. Despite living in a fast-paced digital era, taking this time is essential to forging genuine connections. For me this is what it is like. present and future. “
The Versace jacket has rounded shoulders while the dress is tied at the waist or with metal mesh. Her appearance is complemented by a veil and platform shoes.
For men, there are jacquard suits, jumpers, and tops embellished with Greca prints. Models also wear cropped shorts and trousers.
Versace also features a Medusa smiley scribble on its line, a play on the fashion house’s logo.
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