The Versus Versace Spring 2018 RTW collection stayed true to the trademark Versus style with youthful and edgy clothing at LFW. Read on to know more!
Donatella Versace described the Versus Versace Spring 2018 collection as, “A celebration of the essence of Versus in 90’s New York”. Everything from the backdrop to the music and clothes screamed 90s. The looks were very relaxed and summer-esque but still had that edgy Versus touch to them. But having said that, I felt that this year’s collection paled in comparison to last year’s in terms of boldness. There were also lots of similarities to last season’s collection such as the broad logo chokers and mismatched earrings.
The looks comprised T-shirt dresses, mesh dresses and vests, denim dresses, matching sets, sleeveless coats and jackets and chain prints. They were followed by color block dresses, geometric panels, swimwear, bomber jackets and sheer shirts.
In terms of accessories, we saw bucket hats, stacked bracelets, scarves, mismatched geometric earrings, broad chokers with the logo on them, square-toed shoes, tote bags, fringed bags, mini bags, studded bags and fringed bags. The square-toed shoes also deserve a mention. They were very refreshing to the eyes ’cause all I’ve been seeing lately is pointed-toe shoes everywhere! The color palette included colors like mint blue, neon green, silver, red, white, pistachio green, grey and black.
I quite like this 90s-inspired look which is reminiscent of Cher from Clueless. It consists of a checked skater skirt, printed top and a metallic jacket. Sandals with ankle straps and a scarf tied around the neck complete this SS18 RTW runway look.
Versus Versace Spring 2018 RTW Collection: Gallery
Nishita is a Staff Writer/ Journalist at ShilpaAhuja.com. She is a graduate of National Institute of Fashion Technology and has a degree in leather design. A lover of all things fashion, she writes about everything from beauty, hair and lifestyle to fashion trends and how-to’s. Her area of expertise is outfit ideas but being fresh out of college, she also loves writing about college fashion. Her new found love of baking is currently taking over her life, making her write about all things chocolate and easy recipes. With a flair for sketching and a great eye for detail, she’s previously designed leather garments for brands like Diesel and Salsa. When she’s not writing, she’s busy reading extremely sappy Nicholas Spark’s novels, sewing clothes and listening to some indie rock. Also super passionate about photography, she loves portraits and wildlife photography – a habit turned love that formed with the amount of traveling she did as a teenager. As a girl who grew up with books and movies like Pride & Prejudice, her love for period fashion is huge. And being curly haired, she’s always on a constant hunt for solutions to problems that come with having ringlets and loves sharing them with people through her articles. For feedback and questions, email [email protected] or connect with her on twitter @ni95.