Donatella Versace presented the Original models in metallic mesh cocktail dress as she paid homage to her brother Gianni Versace on the show during the Milan Fashion Week.
The stunning Cindy Crawford along with the nineties icon Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen and Naomi Campbell walked the runway at the Versace show at the fashion week on Friday as a tribute to designer Gianni Versace 20 years after his death.
It was sheer shock and awe as the supermodels took to stage with their power move, reported The Guardian. The fashion week witnessed the original superstars who were still worshipped by the industry and by uniting the five loved women of nineties, Donatella emphasised on Gianni Versace "allegiance to women" with the super metallic look.
There are other models, but there are certainly bigger ones like Cindy, Carla, Claudia, Helena and Noami and going by the looks they still fought for their places on stage, just like old days.
'Despite separate green rooms they ran in and out of each other's room all day', Donatella complained . "They are arguing who gets to go in the middle, as they walked the runway together'' revealed the ace designer while talking about the emotional moments of preparations.
Later, Cindy Crawford, Helena Christensen and the ladies parted ways but not before showing the oomph factor of the nineties during the Versace party.
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Donatella Versace used Leopard prints as she thought everyone loved the leggings and the print is said to be from her brother’s collections from 1991 to 1995. “The silhouettes are all new because the shapes from those days look dated today,” she said. “Except the leggings", she added.
According to the Vogue, she chose to stage her Spring 2018 show at Milan's Triennale museum not only as a homage to Gianni's inspirations and creations but to celebrate master of designs, "a genius . . . an icon . . . my brother." she quoted.
On the runway, she was keen on conveying the man's feminist leanings, his life, rather than his violent end. Most importantly his eternal relevance of his designs.
Versace had extended its invitation to Alessandro Michele of Gucci, Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino and Anthony Vaccarello of Saint Laurent, who also exhibited their collections at the Milan Fashion Week recently.