Versace 2016 Pre Fall Collection

Versace Pre Fall 2016
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Versace Pre Fall Collection for fall 2016

For pre-fall, Donatella Versace continued to explore the urban, street-inspired world she delivered for spring. Shifting away from the brand’s signature, extremely sexy aesthetic, for something more sober and sharp. The collection was smart – at times even intellectual – based on Versace’s idea of modern femininity: A real woman who is predisposed to glamour but is not immune to practical needs.

 
Far less fleshy and flashy than previous seasons, much of the lineup qualified as conservative by house standards. Yet the attitude was fierce as ever. Streamlined cuts gave minimalist tailoring – a navy jacket, slim pants and a crisp blue shirt; a cropped, molded jacket and stirrup pants – an athletic edge that was enhanced by graphic striped belts and contrast colors, like blue and orange that brought to mind retro ski gear. More feminine, but not girly, were pieces done in men’s wear patterns – tweeds and houndstooth – mashed up with micro florals and colorful graphic details. To enhance the urban mood, a graffiti-inspired pattern was splashed on separates. Evening consisted of slight, hourglass silhouettes, feminized tailored wool and cashmere coats and blazers, and micro florals printed over men’s wear fabrics countered the classically mannish with something girlish.
 
Versace also kept things chicly covered up with a long-sleeve black gown done with subtle sheer panels and grommet details to toughen it up.