Hit parade of sensual majorettes – slick, pristine and precise in dresses spliced with military frogging. No cadets here. They’re all female majors, marching to the beat of their own drum.
Military can be a hackneyed theme but Donatella puts her own spin on the recognisable accoutrements and decorations of honoured army officials – fringed epaulettes, aiguillettes, livery collars and sashes – adorned not with sanctioned badges and medals but with Versace's own language of crystal bling embellishment.
Stand out look:
Tattoo printed fur jackets that empowered Donatella's gang of provocateurs and duchesse satin trapeze coats worn all by themselves as mini-dresses with thigh high boots.
How they wore it:
Brigitte Bardot side parted hair amped up at the back. Donatella's girls don't have a hair out of place.
First Gucci now Versace. Suiting and dresses in Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band-inspired saturated hues could have come off the back of a scooter on King's Road in late sixties heyday. These mods find themselves modified with Versace’s thigh-high splits, asymmetric hems and slashed back slits.
The finale soundtrack was The Slits cover of Marvin Gaye's "Heard it through the grapevine", listen below.
Ahead of the show, Migos – who soundtracked Versace SS14 – told Donatella what she should be playing this season. You can listen to it here.