If you wish to flaunt the new Versace collection next year, you'll need an abundance of one significant quality: courage. If anyone sees the following summer in bright colors, it's definitely Donatella Versace. And as for the fabrics, there really isn't much to speak of this time…
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Motivation vs. frustration
We need to get a gym membership and shed all the post-Christmas pounds we haven't packed on yet, but soon will. That was the first thing that came to mind when we saw the new Versace collection. We haven't seen so many exposed navels, sexy mini dresses and deep cleavages on the catwalk for a long time. If you have a Barbie doll figure or aren't ashamed of your feminine curves, you'll definitely choose something here. Otherwise, you'll probably have to move on!
Hip trousers are back
Mothers and grandmothers will be making a fuss again! Hip trousers are back in style. Versace proved that this much-discussed trend has an unwavering place in a woman's wardrobe. You can look forward to seeing them on the counters of fashion stores in no time. If you're a fan of high-waists, enjoy the last months of their fading glory!
Are you wondering why Donatella decided to use all the colors of the world in the SS2021 collection? The explanation is obvious.
"I wanted to create something disturbing, something that could resonate with what has changed ins all of us. To me that means dreaming of a new world. A world of vibrant colors and fantastic creatures. A world in which we can all live together peacefully."
Bottom line... SS2021 is a dynamic game of colors that won't leave any of its future owners cold. And you definitely won't have to try hard to attract curious glances of passers-by either, they'll just come to you! And if you think that the famous designer didn't spare any of her newfound neon creativity for the gentlemen, you're mistaken. Have a peek in our gallery and check out the bold models Donatella has prepared for them!
Death to Poseidon and the Little Mermaid
You know, when I was little, I loved watching The Little Mermaid. The Disney version. Ariel. Thanks to her, I fell in love with the sea and the world under its surface. So many colorful fish, corals and starfish! Looks like Versace has finally listened to my pleas and created a collection especially for me. But for the five-year-old me! Do the Versace people really think that someone in their thirties would put this on? Ariel and Poseidon are dead for me now! Versace killed them!
If my boy went out wearing this, I'd kill him. Okay, I might be able to stomach one of the colorful things on top, even if I'd insist on walking two meters behind him and pretending I don't know him. But the shirt... Clowns around the world would envy him. Maybe the collection will be a hit with circus performes, who knows.
What's up with the green socks in sandals, though? We Czech people are known for a great number of things, and this outfit is like a tribute - it features not one, but two of our "state symbols". Have you noticed that godawful fanny pack? I won't be fooled by the fact that he's not wearing it around the waist.
Versace should be ashamed of plagiarism. I hope we'll get some crowns or euros in royalties.
I should probably send all fashion houses a message: I hate this shade of green! Stop using it in your collections to such an extent! Don't you see that if I appeared somewhere wearing this, all the cute guys would run away and frogs would start jumping on me instead? And no, not even those colorful starfish can save the model. And let's not even mention the tiny pink top that could easily be mistaken for a headband.
Put on your sunglasses
Oh lala! Finally, a natural size for the majority of the population. But it makes me feel like the sun has risen too high on the sky and it's burning in my eyes. I'd say this is awesome for a day on the beach, but I can't imagine it worn anywhere but in a beach bar in Rio de Janiero, and I don't really want to, because I might have cool sunglasses, but they weren't exactly expensive, so the glass might break...