Atelier Versace Couture Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Collection
The Atelier Versace Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection opens Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on June 30, 2013, bringing some of the world’s most important celebrities and fashionistas for a show, full of seductiveness, glamour and edginess. Moreover, Donatella Versace, the fashion designer of Atelier Versace made a small surprise for everyone by tapping stunning supermodel Naomi Campbell to open and close the show! That’s the way she wanted to bring out all the glamour of the Atelier Versace Couture fall 2013 collection!
“I wanted a sexy and sophisticated woman with a strong attitude. Only a true icon like Naomi Campbell could open the show,’ Versace stated, talking about her model choice.
Glamour, sophistication and femininity are imprinted all over the Atelier Versace Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, for which Donatella wanted “to go back to real glamour, that black-and-white era, where everything [was perfect]. The photography was perfect. The lighting was perfect, the hair was perfect, the makeup was perfect. It was all always to perfection.’
Indeed, the Atelier Versace Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection is a perfection in every respect. The line brings a strong retro vibe, which is also sexy and ladylike, through an array of body-hugging looks that reveal pretty much skin and create the illusion of the models walking nude thanks to the lots of transparency inserts used. Other noteworthy details of the collection are crystals, jewels, micro sequins, tulle, mink, leather, embroideries and belts that adorn the ground-skimming gowns, lingerie-inspired tops and the jackets.
As far as the color palette of the Atelier Versace Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection goes, we can see lots of blacks and rich jewel tones (deep blue, green, burgundy) that will hardly ever look outdated. Every little aspect of the gorgeous Atelier Versace Couture fall/winter 2013-2014 collection reveals the elegance and opulent glamour Versace has always been famous for!
Photos courtesy of WWD