Described as outspoken yet warm and friendly with a great sense of humor, Fashion mogul Donatella Versace is known the world over for her very blonde and bronze appearance, and has recently decreed “I’m not a believer in the natural look.”
In a recent interview with Love Magazine, Donatella Versace candidly discussed everything about her own appearance and her love of intense egos.
Donatella says, “I don’t even know what my natural color is. Natural? What is natural? What is that? I do not believe in totally natural for women. For me, natural has something to do with vegetables.”
“I have come back to shoot a campaign I am really proud of for spring/summer,” Donatella Versace announces. “It is with Georgia Jagger and was shot by Mario Testino, it is something special.”
The spring/summer 2010 collection is a vintage one for Versace, moving the history of the house along without discarding the past; for one thing, reinvigorating their print and again making women enviably glamorous.
The new spring/summer 2010 campaign is vintage Versace. Honoring and evolving the history of the house along without discarding it’s glorious past, and building upon all the glamour the house has been revered for – including it’s stunning prints.
You should never be afraid in fashion,” the designer explains. “In this economic situation the worst thing you can be is afraid. You need to do something special, not safe. This collection has a certain energy. I was very positive and very free when I was working on it, and I think that is in the clothes.
“Alice in Wonderland was an inspiration, particularly in the print. I thought of certain key things from that story, like the rabbit and the clock, and they were combined with the baroque. And that is also the Versace world– it is mad, after all!”