We do remember Lady Gaga presenting the newest Versace spring 2014 campaign, and the story goes on now, as we see the popular “I am so fab, check out, I’m blonde, I’m skinny, I’m rich and a bit of a bitch” words open the flabbergasting Atelier Versace Couture spring/summer 2014 collection, overwhelmed with luxury, chic, and glamour. If it’s Versace, it can’t be simple. If it’s not simple, then it’s most probably sophisticated by Versace! This is the main idea of the new high-end line of the designer, which is best explained by Donatella, herself, “A contemporary goddess: power, determination, strength, and glamour — that’s what I was thinking about. And how this woman can show her soft side, being a Versace, because Versace is always very spectacular.”
From her part, Lady Gaga shared her impressions sitting in the front row during the couture show, saying, “A combination of performance, art and theater, and her work with Philip Treacy of course was something I always truly admired. To see these hoods as well as these silhouettes and the show is sort of a full-circle moment for me.”
Thus passing to the scrutiny of the amazing Atelier Versace Couture spring/summer 2014 collection, what we should note first are the hoodies Lady Gaga spoke about. They prove to be an efficient way of creating a style contrast, interpreting such a sporty detail in an extremely chic and cute way. Matching the effect with some glitter, the looks were even more extravagant than it was probably expected.
The wonderful and creative cuts, folds, and drapings are the next descriptive aspect of this collection. Next comes the catchy color palette, which was picked to be made up of some luxurious tones, which mainly came in a solo with one shade-one piece principle. The variety of the shapes includes body-flattering dresses, as well as suit plus pants pairs. The chic fur details, transparencies seen here and there, and the super sophisticated and high-quality fabrics used underline the stunning effect of the following apparels.
Thus whatever we expected after the campaign images came to amaze us with an even greater magnitude than we thought it would. Well, we are just happy about it, looking forward to the following suggestions by Versace.
Photos courtesy of WWD