Atelier Versace Haute Couture Spring 2015

This collection was a celebration of two things: Curves and curls. Before the show, Donatella Versace described it as being “about cut, and the curves of a woman’s body… When we started the collection, I said I wanted no straight lines at all. Every seam is curved”.

The show opened with two black trouser suits which were very Versace-esque with deep cut lines and body conscious fit while a white provocative cut-out jumpsuit on Karlie Kloss took the audience’s breath away. The dresses were long and form-fitting, with slim naked slivers peeled off across the body that were sexy but also surprisingly modest. Even the most beautifully beaded, curvaceous creation and slinky floor-skimming gown were made with the new purity of Atelier Versace.

The show, which consisted mostly of monochrome primary color ensembles: red passion, cobalt blue, stark white and black were the leaders of a catalog of dresses of different heights and flared trousers. We loved the high boots that climbed all the way to the knee and amazing accessories like the wide set belts with attractive rectangular buckles.

About the Author

Julia Urgel is a journalist and producer based in Madrid who contributes to a multitude of magazines –Marie Claire México, Vanidades México, Gentleman Spain and TheLuxonomist.es- writing about fashion, celebrities and beauty. With an MBA in fashion -and a future PhD in fashion too- she is a university proffesor at Centro Universitario Villanueva and director of the specialization course Wedding Event Planner. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @julia_urgel