Gianni Versace Mens Wallets

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Gianni Versace Mens Wallets

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  • Versace: Italian fashion designer (1946-1997)
  • (born December 2, 1946, Reggio Calabria, Italy—died July 15, 1997, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.), Italian fashion designer known for his daring fashions and glamorous lifestyle.

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gianni versace mens wallets – Versace (Universe

Versace (Universe of Fashion)
Versace (Universe of Fashion)
Gianni Versace has said of himself, “I don’t care for half-measures. I believe in making clear-cut choices.” Versace’s fashion is about such bold and unequivocal choices. Unafraid of being denounced by those less daring and more fearful than himself, he makes fashion meant to be worn by those who share his desire for risk–who share his honesty about sexuality and his self-confidence in aesthetic choice. Traditionally, fashion designers begin with innovations in their first collections, develop fans and followers, and ultimately settle into a style that is the designer’s trademark, with modest adaptations to the season and fashion currents. Gianni Versace is different. The New York Times remarked on a 1996 showing: “Gianni Versace ended the day with his collection, dedicated to ‘a woman who listens to classical music but enjoys rock, who reads The New Yorker and Calvino but can have a laugh at gossipy chronicles, who adores wearing Versace with Calvin Klein jeans or Versace jeans with a Chanel jacket.’ If that sounds like a personal ad . . . it could be, because Mr. Versace is not setting up housekeeping with clients who have married him in the past; he is always courting someone new.” Indeed, Versace is an uncompromising designer–one who develops and expands not only in the public arena of fashion but also in the even larger area of popular culture.

Versace’s energy has become famous; he makes it clear both as a designer and as a human being that he prizes life. Already by the late 1970’s, Gianni Versace was in command of his distinctive style. He was able to combine absolute power and authority with comfortable materials and a relaxed silhouette. Even then he was designing the most confident clothing of his time. Who else, after all, would combine silk and leather with the panache of American sportswear? Who else would have let the pleats in the silk blouse become the center of ever-widening ripples that make troughs in the soft leather skirt? While Versace’s designs are celebrated as unabashedly sexual, they nonetheless possess a strong sense of personal grace. Versace shows an unerring talent for bringing from the street those extravagant and graceful elements that represent the best in contemporary style. No major designer living today has more successfully transfigured the street’s reality into convincing style–all the while keeping in sight the extravagant possibilities of Baroque and Renaissance motifs. Versace understands, perhaps better than any designer of his time, that fashion’s place in the world is at the center of visual spectacle. With intelligent commentary and celebrated photographs of Versace designs, this book presents the Versace spectacle in all its boldness and sensuality.

In this volume, we see Versace at once as the designer of the Byzantine Madonna, of the performer of Madonna, of modern sportswear infused with Italian Renaissance pageantry, of 1930’s-inspired slinky gowns, and of an entirely new 1990’s couture vision.

RARE Vintage HAUTE COUTURE Gianni Versace Silk Necktie

RARE Vintage HAUTE COUTURE Gianni Versace Silk Necktie
Here’s a collectible haute couture necktie designed by a top Italian designer before his untimely death.

This absolutely stunning blue and gold vintage silk tie is by famed designer Gianni Versace, one of the most innovative and probably the most respected fashion designer of the 20th century. Gianni Versace’s neckties with the exclusive COUTURE label often used bold, saturated colors and sophisticated baroque patterns that really set them apart from other designer ties. This Gianni Versace Couture silk tie is no exception.

The design …
The complex baroque design is a testament to his reputation as a meticulous designer. The elaborate acanthus leaves and foliage motifs, as well as fancy baroque scrolling and various detailed ornaments, combined with the rich jewel tone colors of golden yellow, brown and black contrasted with a striking cobalt blue background are typical of the larger-than-life exuberance that defines much of Gianni Versace’s work.

About the Designer …
Since its launch in 1978, the House of Versace has been one of the world’s leading international fashion brands. When Gianni Versace was murdered in 1997, the rich, glamorous world of high fashion mourned his premature passing. Since then, his antemortem designs with the ‘GIANNI VERSACE COUTURE’ black label have become highly collectible. With the unmistakable quality, creativity and meticulous detail of Versace’s iconic designs, this HAUTE COUTURE silk necktie is a statement piece that’s destined to increase in value.

Ultra Luxe Couture Line …
This is an authentic ‘GIANNI VERSACE COUTURE’ necktie. I bought it from someone I know, and they originally paid $300 for it. Sewn on the back is the highly esteemed ‘GIANNI VERSACE COUTURE’ black label. Garments made under this elite COUTURE label were usually handmade and crafted exclusively with the highest quality materials. According to my research, this label was discontinued in the early 1990s. There’s another tag which says 100% Seta (silk) along with care instructions. The last sign of the tie’s authenticity is the ‘Gianni Versace’ name woven as part of the black fabric in the lining.

Rare Collectible …
I’ve searched the internet for similar Versace neckties for months and haven’t found even one. This is a rare necktie showcasing the deceased designer’s incredible talent and aesthetic expression.

Gianni Versace Mansion

Gianni Versace Mansion
It is now a hotel but this is where Gianni Versace was living when he was murdered on the front steps. Advantix film and camera.
gianni versace mens wallets

gianni versace mens wallets

The Versace Legend
An intimate portrait of an incredibly talented and respected fashion icon, this biography traces Gianni Versace’s life from his youth in Reggio Calabria, Italy, to his early shows at museums in Milan to his untimely, tragic murder by serial killer Andrew Cunanan in Miami. An extraordinary talent with an appetite for world cultures, a nostalgia for the past, and an ability to artistically anticipate the future?all of which manifests itself in his glamorous designs worn by Elton John, Princess Diana, The Notorious B.I.G., Elizabeth Hurley, and many other movie stars, models, and celebrities?Versace’s name is equated with beautiful women, grandiose sexiness, and decadent boldness. This account looks beyond the icon, detailing his home and personal life, including relationships with his lovers and with his sister and brother, who both currently run the Gianni Versace clothier.