Atelier Versace’s lookbook always wows, and the spring 2011 season is certainly no exception to the rule with Versace girl Abbey Lee Kershaw posing for thirty-two images featuring jaw dropping gowns. With spring colors ranging from soft lilac to royal blues, draping silk chiffon and crystal embordery take over feminine silhouettes for one immaculate display of glamour and elegance.
Versace’s sexy and strong woman gets a military inspired revamp for the fall 2011 season with metal embellishments, tailored coats and open toed boots. Lead by Abbey Lee Kershaw, models strutted down the runway in royal blue, pure white and stark black with statement pieces including form-fitting dresses, pleated jackets and fur covered sleeves. The finale gowns included a plethora of feathers which adorned long trains.
Colorful and lightweight for the spring-summer season, Versace enlists two beautiful blondes (Ginta Lapina and Daphne Groeneveld) for its latest lookbook. Ginta dons the spring (resort) collection and Daphne dons the summer collection with each look featuring above the knee hems and form-fitting shapes.
Versace enlists Abbey Lee Kershaw its spring 2011 campaign once again lensed by Mario Testino. Going for the spirit of icy blonde beauty, Abbey Lee stars alongside Malthe Lund Madsen and Victor Nylander in the label’s sleek and sexy silhouettes.
Versace steps into pre-fall 2011 with a collection of retro colors and patterns. Worn by Kasia Struss, the latest wears to come out of the Italian fashion house are more sleek than sexy, but it turns out change is good. Featuring deco-art patterns, animal prints and pops of bright color, the Versace woman looks as bold as ever!
January Jones strips down for Versace’s spring 2011 accessories campaign shot by Mario Testino. Wearing nothing more than the label’s oversize bags and sleek sunglasses, January is a Versace girl through and through in these sizzling advertisements.
Mad Men star January Jones is the face of Versace’s spring 2011 campaign. Photographed by Mario Testino, January is sexy and sleek in the back and white ad campaign. (WWD)
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Lindsey Wixson stars in her first fragrance campaign for Versace’s most recent fragrance, Vanitas. Photographed by Craig McDean and under the creative direction of Fabien Baron, Lindsey looks ready take on the world in the sleek advertisement which also features the fragrance’s uniquely shaped bottle. / Styling by Edward Enninful
Contrast is key to Versace’s spring 2011 collection. Light and dark. Lustrous and matte. Clean and patterned. Opposites truly attract in the Italian fashion house’s latest outing. In addition to the reoccurring theme of contrasts, the Versace logo made an appearance on a few pieces used as a decorative design. Know for its sexiness and glamour, there was certainly not a shortage of skin on the runway with interrupted silhouettes broken up by PVC inlays or cut-outs. Ending with a finale of fringe decorated gowns, seduction took runway form.