Round-Up : Versace Fall/Winter 2015-2016 ready-to-wear collection was shown in Milan Fashion Week, on February 27 this year.
I wrote about this collection yet and posted only a few Runway Looks but making a Re-sees of Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collections i decide to delete the old posting i wrote and to write a new one showing also all runway outfits from Fashion Show (also if all of us saw this collection many times yet) Anyway i think it can be helpful to re-see the complete collection, a lot of us will renew a wardrobe or buy a new pieces for fall and winter saisons.
It seems that Versace foud the inspiration in the digital age we have entered, Donatella Versace loves to keep the label moving forward and keeps refining the way Versace fits into the world of fashion and overall society in the today and right now.
Versace Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collections is awesome fashionable
Bertie Brandes wrote in the Show Report :
…. whille shapes remained pretty classic Versace, updates on embellishment and a clean, sharp colour palette of red and acid yellow felt bright and modern. So many aspects of this collection were clearly aimed at the next generation of buyers; embroidered ‚Versace‘ sweatshirts would be a nighties throwback if they weren’t so ubiquitous on Instagram today and I can already imagine the queues for the Versace print tights. Super short dresses were cut low at the back revealing the elastic back of printed bras and Pretty Woman boots were re-imagined in red and green patent leather. Clearly, this season was all about making the old feel new – even the hashtag #VERS@CE embellished in multi-coloured letters across black shirts and dresses, and created especially by Donatella for the collection, smacked ever so slightly of some dodgy blog from the early days of the web. That’s not to say it didn’t work. Some of the simpler pieces were equally strong albeit in a less considered way; a flared catsuit with a deep cutout V reaching down one side of the chest was brilliantly glam without feeling costume-y and super tight high-waisted belted trousers were just serious enough.