Boys, Fashion, Girls

Young Versace Spring/Summer 2015 Sketches

Jul 11, 2014

Versace released a few sketches of its Young Versace Spring/Summer 2015 collection for babies (0-24 months) and juniors (2-12 years old). For the baby items, the baroque all over print is embellished with studs mixed in with the toile de jouy print. In the Baby collection the symbols of the Maison interact with the main themes of the Junior collection.

For the “Junior Versace girl”, the key theme of the collection is the FLOWER POP, a tribute to floral prints enriched by macro baroque and characterized by pop colors like pink, orange and fuchsia. Also, expect flashy graphics and studs for the SPORTY CHIC pieces. For the Young Versace boy, the key elements of the sporty style are seen in the STREET theme and the hallmarks of the far west like the medusa sheriff star, the cactus and the horseshoe are the recurring elements in the collection. Each theme has accessories that follow the main elements of the collection for a perfect total Young Versace look.

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