The powerful tailoring silhouettes of Fall-Winter 2023 are made light, sculptural, and sleek. Versace’s use of sharp architecture is seen in three-dimensional structured necklines, streamlined collarless jackets, and the signature bustier. Twisted and knotted pieces, inspired by the Spring-Summer 1995 Atelier Versace collection, modernize the House’s heritage by redefining the shapes of dresses and tops in transparent georgette and jersey.
Atelier pieces are pared back to their fundamentals, and a series of dresses center on square and triangular shapes.
Versace denim has a sartorial approach including the House code metal mesh featured as inserts.
Fresh and graphic. This is a Versace summer with color and shine, tailoring and soft draping. I love the contrast between boxy suits and the transparency of an evening dress; matte sorbet tweeds and shiny metal mesh. The craftsmanship lessons of the Atelier are applied to achieve something super refined. This collection is joyful and sharp. The Versace woman is free and vibrant. The Versace man is confident and daring.Donatella Versace
A very Versace palette of pastel colors in Pastel Pink, Blue, Mint Green, and Pale Yellow. Light natural shades of Light Sand, and Pearl Gray. Grounding colors of Dark Ruby, Black, and White.
Versace Contrasto Checkerboard: The checkerboard has been used within many Versace collections, both ready-to-wear and Home, since its debut in Spring-Summer 1982.
The Versace Rose: A seasonal motif that symbolizes beauty, passion, and defiance.
Color and shape share in the vibrancy and optimism of the 1960s, but are super modern in the shine of materials, folding of fabrics and the play of transparency. A sense of youthful freshness, freedom, and fun comes from the irreverent layering of tailored jackets, silk shirts, and micro shorts.
The predominant silhouette of the season is typically sharp and clean. Men’s tailoring features pinched waist jackets and shirts worn with wide flaring pants, and the utilitarian feeling of accessories extends to ready-to-wear.
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