Celebrities in Versace – October and November 2017
Amber Heard was spotted wearing Atelier Versace on 13 November 2017 at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ ‘Justice League’ at Dolby Theatre, Hollywood. The actress looked stunning in a gown from the Spring Summer 2017 Atelier Versace collection. She wore a black gown with nude illusion fully hand-beaded in a design of delicately draped netting in varying scales and shapes, with alluring shoulder cut outs, daring thigh-high slit, and delicate chiffon train.
Diane Kruger was spotted in Versus Versace during promotion for her new film “In The Fade”. The actress wore a multi-coloured tweed shift dress with black patent-leather panel and accent pocket, from the Versus Versace Resort 2018 collection.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams chose to wear Versace at the 2017 edition of Glamour Women of the year held in New York on 13th November 2017. She chose a black short dress with barocco gold beading and silk threading from the Versace Spring Summer 2018 RTW Tribute collection, and finished her look with a pair of black suede Versace pumps.
Naomi Campbell wore Atelier Versace to the 2017 LACMA Art and Film gala held in Los Angeles on 4 November 2017, . The supermodel wore a canary yellow one shoulder gown entirely beaded with Swarovski fringes.
Versace Launches The Manifesto – The New Watches and Eyewear Collection of Versace
Versace announced a new value and imagery series in collaboration with Luca Finotti on 10 November 2017 in Milan, Italy. The Manifesto of Versace is defined as “Love. Equality. Strength. Unity. Diversity. Power. Courage”. The series celebrates the diverse nature of love through elegant, black and white, and deeply emotive images.
“No matter who we are or where we come from, this is what I believe today’s society should be all about. Let’s stand together in harmony and respect.” Donatella Versace
The models are filmed while performing a dance that brings to mind images of the bucolic rituals of the mythical nymphs, while the recurrent interlocking of fingers create a V-like sign, that is not only synonym of strength and unity, but also echoes the V of Versace. The video has no dialogue, voice-over or words, as the action speaks for itself: two hands that find each other and two lips that lock in a loving gesture.
The Medusa, carved in stone and reminiscent of an antique Greek temple decoration, epitomizes The Manifesto of Versace and stands alone as the ultimate symbol of strength and empowerment.
The Versace boutiques in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are located at:
LC-G02, Ground Floor, Suria KLCC Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: +603 2162 0109
Lot 2.25 & 3.27, Level 2 & 3, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: +603 2141 0677
More info at http://www.versace.com/
Visuals courtesy of Versace Malaysia.