Versace fashion show proves fall clothes are anything but boring

August 20, 2012
Most of the pieces in the show were bright hues like robin's egg blue and pastel green.

Summer is quickly coming to an end, which means that not only is it time to put away those sundresses and espadrilles, it's also time to take out your fall wardrobe. No one knows the importance of dressing for the seasons better than world-renowned fashion house, Versace.

At the label's first show in almost a decade, models walked down the runway in the pool room of the Ritz Paris looking more glamorous than ever. Vogue Magazine reported that the theme of the show was taken from the design of tarot cards, which gave way to an eclectic and almost whimsical show.

Models were shown wearing fierce leather jackets that were anything but mannish. Bright patterns, such as stripes and geometric shapes added a unique element to the clothes. This hasn't been seen in years, especially in any of the clothing designed by the Gianni Versace's younger sister, Donatella, who now is the creative force behind the label.

The show also featured pastel metallic mini dresses adorned with crystal beading and chiffon multi-layered gowns with slits high enough to make anyone blush. These one of-a-kind dresses were a twist on the gowns traditionally showcased by other designers during the fall season, not to mention brighter. Most of the pieces in the show were bright hues like robin's egg blue and pastel green.

Although you may have not been sitting front and center at the show, there's no reason that you can't emulate similar looks when putting your wardrobe together for the upcoming season. Whether you choose to go with a long and elegant gown, or something a bit more flirty and casual, make sure that you pair your outfit with designer accessories, such as Versace sunglasses sold by

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