Following up on its energetic Pre-Fall 2019 offering, Versace hit Milan with an explosion of color and pattern. For Fall/Winter 2019, the storied Italian house presented its signature bold hues and lavish details, elevated by disparate references from the likes of boxing and punk music.
Alongside new makeups of Versace’s signature Chain Reaction, the collection offered logoed-out scarves, bags, hats and outerwear, ensuring that no look was bereft of color or print. A collaboration with Ford yielded branded hoodies and shirts, made comparatively understated by a knee-length leopard-print faux fur coat and pink boxing shorts. Punk nods surfaced in the form of snug suiting, leather pants, anarchy symbol-like branding and pleated trousers that would have made the late Gianni proud, with bondage-printed T-shirts that were a clever update of Versace’s trademark gold chain-printed layering pieces.
Check out the runway above and watch the co-ed show in full below.
A collection that aims to create a conversation about what menswear is today by empowering people to explore and express the various aspects of their character through style choices. #VersaceFW19 #VersaceEverywhere #MFW pic.twitter.com/MfqFo3W5Sg
— VERSACE (@Versace) January 12, 2019