Pre-Fall collections are perhaps seen as the less interesting or sexy of all the collections presented, but now it seems that they are just as important at Fall and Spring, with big budget shows and A-list front rows.
Diane Kruger: What a way to showcase your post-baby figure, in a Versace Spring 2019 mini no less. I can’t say the chunky belt is working for me here, but she’s still looking every inch a yummy mummy.
Ciara: While this Spring 2019 Versace suit showcases the brand tailoring, I would’ve loved something a bit more extravagant from Ciara, but the Versace medallion necklace and ruffle hem did prevent this from being a snooze.
Blake Lively: The actress shelved her favoured suit for an iconic Versace chainmail dress from the Spring 1999 collection. I love the ’90s spirit imbued in this look from the dress to the bountiful curls. I just wish she’d eased up on the jewels.
Uma Thurman: The actress looked very chic in her custom-made Atelier Versace look. And it’s good to see her in a colour other than black or white for a refreshing change.
Lupita Nyong’o: As you know I have been dying for Lupita to bring back the colourful looks she’s well known for, so you’d think I would be happy about this Resort 2019 offering. No. From the waist down she lost me.
Sara Sampaio: I love this Spring 2019 Versace look for its ode to Cher in ‘Clueless’.
Winnie Harlow: The model was alluring in a Versace Resort 2019 sheer number.
Olivia Palermo: If you had asked me to pick out a Versace look for Olivia, I may have struggled, but the fashionista had no such problem picking out the perfect look to suit her preppy style, pairing a plaid Versace skirt from the Fall 2018 collection with a simple cardigan.
Paris Jackson: Trust Paris Jackson to find most boho inspired look from Versace’s Spring 2019 collection. You may not like it, but she’s rocking the hell out of this jumpsuit and cropped shirt combo.
Kim Kardashian: The reality star wore a vintage-inspired, custom-made, pink Atelier Versace mini dress made of Swarovski crystal metal mesh. Yep, it’s a look that’s unfamiliar, but if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Teyana Taylor: Now this is a sheer look I can fully get on board with. This Spring 2019 look has the perfect mix of pretty and badass.
Mary J Blige: Much like Ciara, I wanted the Queen of Hip Hop Soul to have gone a bit harder.
La La Anthony: Between the purple hair and the printed boots, it’s a good thing that La La kept her dress simple.
Tracee Ellis Ross: I have fully embraced Tracee’s style this year, but have to say, I’m not onboard with this Versace Fall 2018 velvet dress. It’s not really that flattering on her.
Daniela Braga: This Versace Fall 2018 look was perhaps one of my favourites on this red carpet. Elegant, chic and oozing plenty of Versace flavour.