Versus Fall 2010 continues to go from strength to strength as the younger flirtatious sister of the main Versace brand.
The hemlines continue to be short, but this season we see more of a colour pop.
I loved how the majority of the dresses had a fitted bondage-style bodices with a pleated skirt which fanned out.
These were very much party pieces, but the more wearable looks included a plum velvet jacket, a green velvet blazer, black cigarette pants, leather jackets, an angora cardigan and printed tees for everyday wear.
This collection shows Kane’s edgy side whilst still retaining the sex appear of Versace which I really appreciated from this collection.
The accessories were amazing with lace-up gladiator boots and sandals to bags and cute zippered clutches.
The prints you see on the bag and tees are archived images of Bruce Weber ad campaign images for Versace.
At the end of this video Marco interviews Christopher Kane.