Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections

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Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections
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Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections

With the publication of Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections, fashion lovers will have the opportunity to take a journey through the brand's rich history.

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In recent times, Versace's fashion shows have undoubtedly taken the digital world by storm. During Milan Fashion Week S/S 2022 in September, it was none other than the face of the campaign, Dua Lipa, who both opened and closed a stunning show. This show was a true ode to Versace's signature style: tropical foulard silks, an explosion of neon colors, decorations with safety pins and here and there a seductive bit of uncovered skin.

A look back at iconic moments
In the S/S 2020 season, Jennifer Lopez made her appearance on the Versace catwalk dressed in a modern version of the chiffon jungle dress she wore at the Grammy Awards in 1999. This dress caused a veritable Internet revolution, forcing Google to launch its Image Search feature. Indeed, the design became the most searched term ever. Looking back, the S/S 2017 show commemorated the 20th anniversary of founder Gianni Versace's tragic death. This show paid homage to the legendary A/W 1999 catwalk show, where top models like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Carla Bruni and Helena Christensen stole the show while singing along to George Michael's 'Freedom! '90'.

A deep dive into Versace's fashion history
With the publication of Versace Catwalk: The Complete Collections fashion lovers will have the chance to take a journey through the brand's rich history. Whether you're fascinated by the animal prints and powerful silhouettes from the S/S 1983 collection, or the futuristic charm of the S/S 2012 Couture show, this book has it all. Compiled by leading fashion critic Tim Blanks, this chronologically organized volume offers an overview of more than four decades of fashion shows. Beginning with Gianni Versace's debut in 1978, readers are treated to a carefully selected collection of approximately 1,200 images.

Donatella Versace, the driving force behind the brand since the death of her brother, reflects, "There are moments in life or in a career when you have to stop, draw a line and acknowledge where your roots are. This book symbolizes that moment for me." The work, bound in a striking metallic cover and enriched with alluring foil accents, is a must-have for any fashion lover.