on 10th November 2011 | No Comments »
While a fashion show in New York Tuesday night showcased the upcoming Versace for H&M line, a website in China has been claiming to offer the collection online.
On November 8 models including Daphne G, Natasha Poly and Lindsay Wixson showcased pieces from the range at a special launch.
The upcoming partnership evokes various key styles from the Versace archive including silk-crêpe dresses, multi-colored panel print gowns and the classic studded leather jacket.
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on 23rd October 2011 | 2 Comments »
The Versace Home Collection and German homeware brand Rosenthal have collaborated to produce “Nymph”, an exclusive, limited edition range of vases.
The collection features the a variation of Versace Greek key pattern in gold going down the white porcelain body of the vase with three different vase shapes.
Only 99 copies of each vase are available, with every piece bearing a special stamp with a limited edition number.
on 20th October 2011 | 1 Comment »
H&M has released the first official campaign visuals for its design collaboration with Versace, starring models of the moment Daphne Groeneveld and Lindsey Wixson.
Lensed by photographer duo Mert & Marcus, the images give a first impression of Versace’s greatest hits-inspired collection due to hit stores in November.
The range, which includes both men’s and women’s styles, as well as home accessories, “will look back on the heritage of the brand, full of leather, print, colour and exuberance in exclusive materials,” H&M said.
on 8th August 2011 | No Comments »
The official Versace clothing of FC Internazionale has been unveiled and celebrated in an event held in Beijing on the 3rd of August 2011.
As announced last month, Versace will dress the players and Club managers on all official occasions.
Here are three exciting new collections that will have your kids looking back at your family photos with pride.
Versace voiced its support on Thursday for a campaign to stop the sandblasting of jeans — a practice used to give jeans a fashionable faded look.
The Italian fashion giant said that none of its suppliers were using the controversial technique and that it had now joined an international campaign “to encourage the elimination of sandblasting as an industry practice.”