The designer is to show his debut collection for the French house in Paris.
Market sources say Versace is working on an expansion plan ahead of the listing and that its has recently held discussions with Tisci.
The collection features co-branded items ranging from denim and camouflage jackets to a range of bags in three materials.
The former model and YSL muse will put more than 300 pieces under the gavel this fall.
The women’s line will be sold in all 90 of the retailer’s stores across Canada as well as on thebay.com starting this month.
The former VS executive will serve as chief design officer, report to ceo Paul Marciano.