Versace’s Simpler Look Still has Star Quality and Overflowing Masculinity in Milan
Join us as we take a look at the Versace menswear collection for autumn/winter 2015 from Milan Fashion Week.
Whilst the collection was simpler and more refined than Versace’s usual flamboyant patterns and embellishments, this was a defiantly strong and bold collection bursting with cool masculinity.
The silhouettes were broad shouldered and tailored with a run of stylish suits occasionally infiltrated by leather trousers, wide leg jeans and even sporty skin tight leggings. 3/4 length thigh-skimming tops and jackets were a recurring look, with long sweaters and cardigans worn under parka jackets and overcoats. Eye catching monochrome patterns featured on a few pieces but the majority of the garments were in sophisticated solid block colors; navy blue and creams, browns and grays.
The models were all styled with slick side parted hair and some were accessorized with gold chains, reflective aviator shades and leather and fur trimmed holdalls and backpacks giving a very street ready feel to the presentation. Footwear ranged from snappy loafers to thick soled sneaker style ankle boots. The extravagant side of Versace was certainly not ignored with statement pieces including luxe hooded fur coats and all leather ensembles ready for sharp dressed men and show-off’s around the globe.