Versace Ventures Forward with Fall/Winter 2022 Collection

The Italian brand presented its first menswear-focused collection in over three years.

Akin to ever-changing technology and fast-tracked human developments, fashion never ceases to transform and progress. That forward-thinking mentality was on full display for Versace Men’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection: Creative Director Donatella Versace unveiled the brand’s first dedicated menswear  show in over three years.

“This collection introduces Versace Men’s 2.0,” the Italian designer said. “Launching this new chapter on the second day of the second month in 2022 feels right.”

Sensual and undeniably chic, the Versace man is fashionably defined through top-notch tailoring and bold pattern play. Signature house codes—breezy tailoring and unstructured outerwear—take center stage while pastel pinstripes and reimagined motifs are refreshed menswear ventures for the Italian house.

Looking to the refined, elegant man that was defined by house founder Gianni Versace, the brand is simultaneously referential while maintaining a breath of modernity. High-waisted palazzo pants and powerful, strong-shouldered blazers create the ultimate menswear muse, one that is unafraid to take risks sartorially and challenge notions of masculinity.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Versace showing without electrifying jolts of color: bursts of pink, cerise, and orange are masterfully intertwined with blocks of neutrals. The brand’s new monogram—La Greca—continued to shine, this time in the form of cable knit sweaters and unbuttoned lurex cardigans. Chic, versatile accessories like leather shoulder bags and slinky hardware notions helped to fully round out the newly defined Versace man.

“This collection represents a next step and move forward, not focusing on the singular but on multiplicity, progression, and diversity—exactly what I see valued by the new generation and the way they express their masculinity in so many refreshing ways,” Donatella Versace explained in a statement. “This collection embraces that by looking not at the Versace Man but to the Versace Men.”

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