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Versace Men's Spring 2020

Donatella questions the certainties of machismo with an energetic collection that combines feminine vanity and rave culture.
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A life size Lamborghini crashed into a lush wall of flowers was Andy Dixon's center piece creation at the Versace SS20 mens show. Dixon, who had already made his creative genius available to Donatella at the last Salone del Mobile, welcomes the guests of the men's fashion show. Held in the gardens of the legendary street 12 of Via Gesù, the inviolate sanctuary was a heavenly ode to the maison from the time of Gianni. 

Donatella chooses to play with the virility of the Versace man in an unconventional yet more fit than ever way. The Gascon-type motor machismo lets its more feminine side bloom, through visuals of sensitivity, vanity, and whims: the iconic prints of the brand crush the accelerator towards the fuchsia nuances of the oleanders, the skin mixes at full speed with the 'animalier. 

But that's not all: Donatella has in fact decided to dedicate the collection to her friend Keith Flint, the Prodigy frontman who died last March, as she infuses the collection with an impressive rave charge. Neon-haired models embody the liberating essence of those years, between studded leather and tye-dye fabrics, in a sound and stylistic plasma that inevitably ends up making its mark. Here's a look at the full collection.

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