Tight fits make a comeback alongside with loose silhouettes
June 20, 2022: As with every collection, Versace has that amazing way of incorporating classic influences into contemporary, trendy designs. Their men’s Spring Summer 2023 collection fits the bill as well.
“When I work, I think of Generation Z and the freedom they have in not being afraid to mix contrasting pieces together. Pop-art meets classicism—contrast like this is everything to me, it makes you think and feel,” says Donatella Versace.
Versace Men’s Spring-Summer 2023 walks the line between unexpected juxtapositions—fun and formal, bravado and sensitivity, Baroque and pop – all presented by the sons of runway icons Mark Vanderloo, Helena Christensen, Andre van Noord, Carla Bruni, Megan Douglas, and Angela Lindvall.
Youthful and open, oversized silhouettes give a sense of freedom, and body-tight tops in bright shades have a Versace allure. Signature Versace diamond slashes through pants capture a feeling of purposeful disruption. Python print leather is an alternative to exotic skins, and leather-look styles are crafted in eco-sustainable latex.
What has everyone fixed are the re-energized graphic prints in pop-colors across shirts and t-shirts, creating new icons from Versace visual signatures. Colors across the collection are characteristically bright, with suiting in bi-color stripes and neon, metallic jackets, and orange, blue, and crisp off-white coming-together for an overall quality of freshness.
La Medusa Hobo Repeat, an archival Versace hobo bag presented in a new re-edition, features in an XL size that wraps around the shoulder. Shoes, bags, and accessories include metallic formal shoes, diamond-slashed tote bags, and printed python leather styles.