Donatella Versace Releases New Book About Her Namesake Brand
‘Versace’ chronicles the designer’s vision for her fashion empire.
Donatella Versace recently took to Instagram to reveal her forthcoming book, Versace. Published by Rizzoli, the publication chronicles the designer’s vision for her family brand since she took over the reins more than a decade ago. In 1997, Versace was appointed to be in charge of the brand’s artistic direction after the tragic loss of her brother, Gianni Versace. The 366-page book was written in collaboration with fashion curator, Maria Luisa Frisa and W Magazine’s director, Stefano Tonchi. Readers can expect to see a series of exclusive backstage shots as well as archival runway images featuring supermodels like Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and more.
Priced at €95 EUR (approximately $104 USD), you can purchase a copy of Versace at select bookstores in November. Sneak a peek at the cover of the book below: