Вперед, в прошлое: показ Versace pre-fall 2022

Вперед, в прошлое: показ Versace pre-fall 2022

Ирина Шейк, Эмили Ратаковски, Кайя Гербер, Джиджи Хадид, Амбер Валетта и другие it-girls на подиуме 

Versace Women’s Fall-Winter 2019 | Fashion Show

The Women’s Fall-Winter 2019 collection explores the house’s codes through a new lens. The dichotomy of luxury and grunge is present on the runway, where rich fabrics feature unfinished hems and looks are adorned with signature Safety Pins. The collection is a celebration of Versace iconography, while contrasting styling elements, fabric innovation and an ode to photography deliver multi-dimensional impact on the runway.

Key runway looks pay tribute to Versace’s storied relationship with fashion photography, featuring portraits of Donatella Versace by Richard Avedon. These images are reprised in the Fall-Winter Collection thanks to the support of the Richard Avedon Foundation. The American photographer lensed more than 30 campaigns for Versace over the course of 20 years, beginning with the Spring-Summer 1980 Collection. For the launch of the fragrance Blonde, Avedon created portraits of Donatella Versace in his studio in New York on February 3rd, 1995.

The Blonde campaign, and in particular, the associated fragrance, lent further inspiration to the collection where new prints and embroideries showcase the house’s most distinctive perfume bottles. The print innovation continues in Versace’s colorful trademark style, mixing bold hues with house codes and references to art history. Monuments come to life in vivid tones on the Vittoria print through a bright representation of a statue from London’s National Gallery. An explosion of color celebrates the essence of Versace. Barocco-style V’s feature on silks, lurex jacquards and on the house’s new handbag line, Virtus. Taking its name from the Roman deity, Virtus symbolizes strength, courage, and character. A bold symbol of the brand’s aesthetic heritage, the central Barocco V characterizes the bag.

The conflicting natures of luxury and grunge are revealed in the styling and details of the collection. Quintessential Versace hardware elements like the Greek Key and newly embellished Safety Pins are at the core of this juxtaposition. Cashmere knits are destroyed while raw-cut edges on colorful tweeds are overlaid with top-stitched silk bondage straps. Stockings are paired with slip dresses, faux furs are worn with the gold chains, and leather boots are dramatized with hardware buckles.

“Bold women feel free to stay away from what is expected. With this collection, I wanted to show that side of a woman that isn’t afraid to step outside of her comfort zone because she knows that imperfection is the new perfection.” Donatella Versace

Discover more about the #VersaceFW19 Collection: http://e-versace.com/versacefw19


Gigi Hadid walking for Fendi by Versace Pre-Fall 2022

«Вперёд в прошлое» / Гудаута

«Вперёд в прошлое»

В пяти городах Абхазии прошли выставки по теме сохранения Историко-Культурного наследия, организованные инициативной группой «Вперёд прошлое».

На выставках были представлены фотографии зданий историко-культурно наследия Абхазии, которые сопровождались надписями с историей зданий, а так же инициативная группа подготовила памятные открытки и закладки для всех гостей выставки.

На выставке так же были представлены ещё две общественные компании: компания по трудоустройству людей с ОВЗ и компания про привлечению внимания к проблеме изучения абхазского языка.

Все три инициативные группы рассказали о том, как создавались проекты, что послужило толчком для их создания, какая работа уже была проделана и какие дальнейшие действия готовы принимать группы для развития своих проектов.

Versace Fall-Winter 2022 Women’s | Fashion Show | Versace

“Our cast of Versace Women for Fall-Winter 2022 is exciting. Girls like Avanti, Anyier and Tilly perfectly represent a Versace with new generation attitude and they champion diversity. They embody the energy running through the collection and the looks built on contrast and tension—like an elastic band pulled tight and about to snap-back with a build-up of energy. That feeling is just irresistible to me.
It opens new possibilities and makes things happen.” – Donatella Versace

Never shy or retiring, the Versace Woman for Fall-Winter 2022 has a powerful and seductive sense of mystery, shifting in and out of sight. With unapologetic certainty she fully owns her allure and knows exactly when to unleash her power.


Energy seems to erupt throughout the collection, as signature Versace tweeds fray, unravel and drip in crystal and metal chains, while raw female force is seemingly caught and enhanced through tightly cinched waists. Latex gloves and knee-height boots flirt with the subversive. Typically regal pearl jewelry is disrupted by sharp punk spikes, and pin-sharp pumps are finished in a latex-like brushed leather with metal heels.


The unmistakable Atelier Versace bustier is at the collection’s core. Its flourishes are pared back and modernized as it is incorporated into sculptural outerwear and sportswear shapes. Silhouettes are seductive and fully empowered, with strong-shoulders and the bustier revealed under open suiting, or momentarily glimpsed beneath exaggerated overcoats. The bustier can be seen both as forceful protective armor and overtly provocative, giving a sense of agency to the wearer.

The collection smoulders in deep red, plum, charcoal, and black, with flashes of avocado, pink and DV blue setting looks ablaze. Textures continue the collection’s play on contrast. Outerwear featuring the La Greca motif in close-shaved sheepskin is teamed with tantalizing latex tops and leggings, and a new knit bomber jacket shape cocoons the wearer.

The new Greca Goddess line of bags and accessories harnesses Versace’s culture of myth and luxury, with the brand’s Greca motif sitting harmoniously as central golden hardware and chain shoulder straps. The central symbol features across a hand-slip, allowing the bag to be tightly snatched in the hand and carried for more impulsive styling.

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