For the lookbook, the entire collection was shot in the desert, featuring an old barn and the mountain range as a fitting backdrop. The pieces feature leather jackets, tartan coats, jackets, dresses, skirts and also printed tees. On the edgier side, we also see bright prints like orange leopard print and also printed-silk featuring Versace’s infamous Barococo prints.
Some of our favorites include a matching silk top, pants and jacket in an ornate yellow and black print. Another outfit that catches our eyes includes, neon-pink tights, that same yellow-black silk print on a dress and a matching pink silk scarf.
On the accessories end, we see cowboy themed-boots, bolo ties and jewelry. The jewelry pieces include bright gold rings featuring more Versace V logos and Barococo engravings. There’s also handbag range with an oversized V on the front flap.
Speaking about the inspiration, Donatella had this to say:
“Ironic, fun, confident. Always feminine and elegant. The Versace woman embraces all cultures with respect while celebrating her own. She wears her heritage on her sleeve – and her hat!”
To see the full collection, scroll through the gallery below to see the pieces.