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Donatella's White and Bright Feminine Style

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Donatella Versace left boho at the door with her Spring 2011 RTW collection. Structure, structure, structure seemed to echo as the models filed past on the glossy white runway. This season Versace at once reached back to the house's roots and toned down the line's usual Amazonian sensuality, instead opting for elegant femininity, fitted shifts and strict buns wrapped in black vinyl. According to Donatella white is right for spring, either on its own or infused with bright and colorful accents as seen in a gorgeous white pique suit. There were also several looks using a multi-colored stripe fabric, cut-out styles and the resurrection of the very Versace Greek key pattern. The evening looks only featured a handful of the quintessential floor-length Versace goddess gowns and the looks had a focus on body-conscious silhouettes and fringe. While this season Donatella turned out a decidedly grown up and feminine collection, vacillating between neutral and blindingly bright palettes, the trademark Versace sexuality could be seen in one element of every outfit at least--those towering shoes.

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