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Archival prints and iconic silhouettes were resurrected for Versace’s first fashion show in New York (complete with Kim K and Bradley Cooper in the front row), one of the few runway presentations this Pre-Fall. 

The news to know? That safety pin dress (worn by Liz Hurley in 1994) is back—and modernized.  Quintessential "Versace" prints hit the melting pot, newly fused with stars and stripes (and a bit of animal print). And Amber Valletta wore J-Lo's legendary plunging gown—again! (Valletta modeled the original almost a decade ago.) Find it here in the Jim Dine-inspired love heart print, originally created for Gianni's New York town house.

Access the full collection, secure your size & skip the waitlist: only in Trunkshow.

Archival prints and iconic silhouettes were resurrected for Versace’s first fashion show in New York (complete with Kim K and Bradley Cooper in the front row), one of the few runway presentations this Pre-Fall. 

The news to know? That safety pin dress (worn by Liz Hurley in 1994) is back—and modernized.  Quintessential "Versace" prints hit the melting pot, newly fused with stars and stripes (and a bit of animal print). And Amber Valletta wore J-Lo's legendary plunging gown—again! (Valletta modeled the original almost a decade ago.) Find it here in the Jim Dine-inspired love heart print, originally created for Gianni's New York town house.

Access the full collection, secure your size & skip the waitlist: only in Trunkshow.

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