If you missed the live streaming of the Versus Versace show that occurred last week, here’s your chance to view the Fall/Winter collection. Led by creative director Anthony Vaccarello, his debut collection for Versace’s sister line puts emphasis on asymmetry, military cuts, winter appropriate tartans, and, of course, the Versace lion insignia that’s prevalent in the details of the individual pieces. The collection appeals to the radical youths but is also respectful of the design house’s essence. The collection has a solid black range of gowns, minis with severe hemlines and slits and a slew of tartan pieces to borrow from the Scots. Another aspect of the Scottish culture the designer has borrowed is the donning of kilts, but the traditional garment is paired over pants for a more stylish appropriation.
If you’d like to see the pieces in movement, here’s the fashion clip by Versus Versace:
Take a look at the collection below:
More from the collection here.