Not What They Expected at Versace

It's men's Fashion Week in Milan, and we're hearing there was something of an exodus at Versace, when several key buyers actually left the presentat
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It's men's Fashion Week in Milan, and we're hearing there was something of an exodus at Versace, when several key buyers actually left the presentat
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It's men's Fashion Week in Milan, and we're hearing there was something of an exodus at Versace, when several key buyers actually left the presentation in the middle. Outside the lobby, our spy heard the words "boring" uttered in several languages. Usually we love this sort of thing, because it's fun when misaligned fashion gets called out for poor form, but this time we're bummed. This time, the Versace clothes are exceptional. They were designed with help from Alexander Plokhov, the displaced Cloak createur, and they are clean, cool, awesome. We think draining the Kool Aid colors that usually grace the Versace men's collection was a brilliant idea, because now they look like an outfit and not a costume. Also: For maybe the first time, the line doesn't look like it was designed for confidently gay men. It looks like it was designed for confident men, period. See the whole collection, and read Tim Blanks' rather spiffy review, on Style.com. And keep your fingers crossed for Alexander; this is good stuff...