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As time goes by, we are seeing how fashion brands are leaving behind the established calendars to present their collections, as is the case of the Italian luxury fashion house Versace, which far from presenting, as usual, its autumn/winter 22 proposal during the Milan Fashion Week (MFW), has left the first part of the “fashion month” to present it, this time, digitally. A strategy to occupy the limelight or simply lack of time?

We don’t know at the moment, so we’ll leave the question up in the air. But what we do know is that Donatella Versace wanted to make it clear that the combination of vibrant colours or the colour block is no longer just for the summer, but for any season, as it has been one of the main characteristics of the designer’s latest proposal and the one that best represents the new Versace 2.0 man. This reimagined man fearlessly wears the craziest combinations of vibrant colours, as we can see in some of the looks of the collection, which includes cardigans and knitted jumpers with orange and fuchsia diamonds combined with trousers, or satin coats (orange, aqua green, aubergine) combined with tailored trousers, with darts and xl leg.

Another trend that Gianni’s iconic sister also wanted to patent and that we could recognise at a glance at Versace’s autumn/winter collection was tailoring. This type of garment was already present in the previous collection but it seems that it is back to stay, combined in some occasions with animal print shirts in different colours. The finishing touch to the looks were the XL bags with the latest “la greca signature” print or the fanny packs with simple lines but in vibrant colours worn as if they were a clutch.

As you can see, it’s clear that the colour block, tailoring and animal print will be present in the Versace universe next Autumn/Winter 22.





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