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Versace’s Inspiration For Spring Summer 2019

We are dedicating a series of inspirational ideas for Spring / Summer 2019. This week we are looking at Milan Fashion Week. At Get Waisted we realise that not everyone has the luxury of owning a Versace’s creation. At Get Waisted, we specialise in creating bespoke, made to measure garments.

So keep an eye out for our series of inspiration videos and if you spot something you like, give us a call. Toni can either recreate an entire garment inspired by the original, or elements of it, to your specification. All you need to do is make an appointment to discuss the design. Get Waisted we’ll do the rest, it’s that simple.

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Designed by our resident designer Toni Pickles

Introducing Versace’s Spring Summer Collection for 2019

Versace’s has always meant capital “e” Extra, and this season—21-years after the tragic passing of the house’s founder Gianni and this year’s collection was indeed a capital E.

The collective spirit centred on reworking Versace microflora prints. Designer Donatella brought this into reality with soft and delicate flirty cocktail dresses —that were swathed and draped into club-worthy body-con shapes. Incredible black satin dresses, plunging, slit, strappy, and asymmetric, to which only a grown woman can do justice.

With contrast the inclusion of Stripes plaid and solid colours. Models showcasing an array of rainbow colours within pencil skirts and near-perfect blazers. It used to be that Amazonian Versace glamour dictated towering heels with everything. Now, not so much. Girls in teeny-tiny chain mail or leather dresses are just as likely to want to go dancing in trainers as ankle-strap sandals.

This was truly a collection that could reach a cord with its audience and find at least one piece and say “I need that” in my wardrobe.

 

 

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