Creative director Donatella Versace incorporated feminine accents into the house’s iconic rock ’n’ roll look. Putting aside past seasons’ tight sheath dresses, Versace opted for soft, fluid silhouettes, much of them worked in pretty pastels. She showed a draped-jersey dress in powder pink with one long sleeve, while a top, miniskirt and hooded mink bomber came in matching lilac. The designer also paired a Neoprene sweatshirt in a bold Versace print — its shoulders big and rounded for a youthful look — with a flared black leather skirt.
For outerwear, there was a powder-pink mink fur coat and a drop-shouldered double-breasted coat in mint-green cashmere with sequined lapel details.

Creative director Donatella Versace incorporated feminine accents into the house’s iconic rock ’n’ roll look. Putting aside past seasons’ tight sheath dresses, Versace opted for soft, fluid silhouettes, much of them worked in pretty pastels. She showed a draped-jersey dress in powder pink with one long sleeve, while a top, miniskirt and hooded mink bomber came in matching lilac. The designer also paired a Neoprene sweatshirt in a bold Versace print — its shoulders big and rounded for a youthful look — with a flared black leather skirt.
For outerwear, there was a powder-pink mink fur coat and a drop-shouldered double-breasted coat in mint-green cashmere with sequined lapel details.

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