Versus Versace RTW Fall 2015
May 15, 2015 - fall Denim
For his initial full collection as artistic director, Anthony Vaccarello evoked a suggestion of Versus in a Nineties heyday.
For his initial full collection as artistic director, Anthony Vaccarello evoked a suggestion of Versus in a Nineties heyday, and looked to images of those collections prisoner by snappers including Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, and Bruce Weber. Since 2013, this collection has been a seasonless one, and Vaccarello’s 17 looks, that have an autumnal feel, will go on sale online and in-store after this week.
The collection is packaged with tailored topcoats, flannel shirts, and lightweight nap tartans in earth tones such as olive, berry red and brown. Vaccarello used those tartans for leg-flashing pleated kilts or a pleated circumference on dresses with sculpted, asymmetrical hemlines. He also interconnected a dark, floor-grazing frock with a thick mohair weave desirous by a Weber picture of Kristen McMenamy from dual decades ago.
Vaccarello played with denim, too, covering tops, skirts and jeans with a Versus lion’s conduct trademark finished in faded devoré. “I unequivocally wanted this collection to be reduction unpractical and easy to understand, and to emanate pieces that can final by a seasons,” pronounced a designer, whose dusk looks enclosed really small black dresses, some strapless, others draped with kilt-like fastenings, and others still with flippy pleated skirts, all ornate with a Versus lion timber logo.