Sexy Versace always knows how to be stunning. Everything you expect from Versace Spring Summer 2013 collection, from necklines and cutouts, to mini skirts, shorts, dresses, and evening gowns, were there, and once again Donatella Versace has successfully brought a mix of elegance and boldness by presenting the glorious “Queen of the Desert” inspired the breathtaking beauty of California 70’s.
At the beginning of the presentation, although it looked too slutty for me, number of alluring, bold, and sexy pieces of shorts and mini skirts in black and nude colors won such a daring style, yet also so strong with feminine vibe. And with occasional touches of lace scraps and sheer-through designs, as well complimented with a mixed color palette of dusty orange and sky blue, the entire pieces stroke out bold and glamour staying true to the signature luxury and sparks of Versace
During the second step, tie-dyed fabrics in baby blue and beige appeared strong, taking the common pieces such as gowns, asymmetrical dresses, shirts and vests with a touch of tribal elements and accessories like gladiator sandals, tribal fringe belts, bracelets, golden chocker, and crossbody bags. Without neglecting the sexy elegant aura of this collection, the tie-dyed pieces came in softer and brighter touch than the previous part of the show, giving more delicate looks for the sunny summer days.
Finally, the parade was ended with a long journey of fantastic designs that soon should be earned a place in the closet of celebrities. Vaporous, even say sexy, number of body-silhouettes with strategic cuts and dizzying slits as well as exquisite detailing like embroideries, sparkles, vibrant hues, golden fringes and crevices invaded the catwalk glamorously. The eveningwear, for example, stood out with slit high on the thigh and fringed with metal, pretty much like a hula skirt for a new queen of the Stone Age desert.