Hong Kong Tatler - - Designer Dossier -

ate­lier ver­sace We’re no strangers to the stream­lined and sexy styles at Ver­sace, but Donatella re­vealed an un­ex­pected sense of soft­ness with her cre­ations. The de­signer de­scribed it as “ethe­real drama of de­con­struc­tion and sump­tu­ous raw edges; it is the pas­sions of a woman, ex­posed and el­e­vated.” It was a col­lec­tion that showed both re­straint and a free-spir­ited na­ture—mod­els wore bi­as­cut, sheer-silk chif­fon gowns in mac­aron hues or flo­ral vel­vets that picked up with the light­est gust of wind, but the bodices re­vealed bon­ing and corset con­struc­tion. And you thought flower crowns were passé? Ver­sace makes us re­con­sider with del­i­cate, be­jew­elled hair gar­lands, which are the epit­ome of hip­pie chic.

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