Minggu, 20 Februari 2011

Versace Dress Runway

The fact that Versace can turn it on like that is a surprise to no one. More of an eye-opener is how far she has moved away from the bling-vulgarity stereotype that dogged this house until a couple of years ago. Mostly, this collection was about carefully considered structure—short dresses and coats with flying volumes in the back—rather than front-loaded sexiness. Some of Versace’s most glamorous—and on-trend—cocktail dresses even hit to mid-calf (a one-shouldered draped midnight-blue number and another in a combination of matte and wet-look black were stunning).vThough most of the pieces were single-colored and unembellished, there was also a breakout of print along the way. Versace had commissioned the Dutch artist Tim Roeloffs to work on a photomontage of urban cityscapes, musclemen, dogs, Versace china, and the house ad campaigns, and then collaged the results onto violent purple, fuchsia, and yellow dresses. Result: very Versace. You couldn’t help thinking the late, great Gianni would have loved it.

Elegant Versace Dress Runway with long dress design

Elegant Versace Dress Runway with sexy design

Sexy Versace Dress Runway with mini design

Sweet Versace Dress Runway with purple color and leather jacket

Pretty Versace Dress Runway with pink color and funny design

Sexy gray of Versace Dress Runway

Beautiful Versace Dress Runway in black color

Cute Versace Dress Runway design

Funny Versace Dress Runway design

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