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Versace Just Won Milan Fashion Week With Epic Finale

Versace’s Epic 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Donatella Versace stunned the audience when she had five of the most iconic, legendary supermodels close the show. Carla Bruni, 49, Claudia Schiffer, 47, Naomi Campbell, 47, Cindy Crawford, 51, and Helena Christensen, 48 came out wearing matching gold, skin tonight gowns. Can we get whatever time machine these women are using? They seriously do not age.

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photo from MirrorUK

As amazing as the finale was, let’s talk about the collection.

Donated held the Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Show at Milan’s Triennial Museum to honor the late Gianni Versace. She said she wanted to honor, “a genius…an icon…my brother.”

Black, white, and gold were the colors that dominated the collection along with heavy prints and graphics.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

This ensemble featured Versace’s love for all things ornate. This oversized blouse and pants were paired with a matching head scarf and black and gold strappy heels.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Bella Hadid was dressed in a leopard and gold printed dress with a cropped denim jacket to make the ensemble a little more casual. The best part of the look was her beautiful black and gold pointed toe boots.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Things got colorful for Versace halfway into the show with the introduction of this blue and orange starfish and seashell pattern. This chic bodysuit was accompanied by a cropped jacket and sandal heels. Oh and a chain belt because you can’t go to the beach without your chain belt!

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

This seems to be the new prep school fashion and I’m here for it. This baby blue pleated skirt reminded me of my grammar school uniform but way chicer.

photo from Vogue

photo from Vogue

Graphics galore. Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford’s daughter (first on the left), and two other models wore full bodysuits. Gerber’s bodysuit featured animated versions of different Vogue magazine covers.

The Versace Ready-to-Wear Collection stuck to the fashion house’s roots and honored Gianni by sticking to their iconic patterns and styles. However, it also took a risk and gave us something new and exciting. And that grand finale is one that will go down in history as being one of the most epic moments of 2017’s Fashion Month.

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