Milan Fashion Week Men’s edition has kicked off in spectacular style. One of the first of many designers set to preview menswear collections for Fall 2019 this week, Versace took to the runway combining sports attire with classic tailoring. The first Versace men’s show since being acquired by Michael Kors, the fashion house stayed true to its roots and once again produced a knockout runway.
Continuing on from Pre-Fall 2019 which saw the Italian brand revisit vintage prints in its offering, Versace introduced Ford-inspired prints (an interesting choice), monochromatic monogramming and its classic baroque design into the mix, expertly layered for grunge appeal. Along with oversized tailoring – a standard appearance seen on its runways – sportswear was introduced in the form of boxing silhouettes bringing together a welcomed contrast to sartorial styling. What was a new appearance in the psychedelic collection however, were the style cues that were taken from the harness which wrapped itself around t-shirts, button-ups and in a range of accessories.
Diving headfirst into a new era of Versace, Donatella has steered the fashion house onwards and upwards as it continues to dominate the fashion sphere.
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