Versace’s younger-skewing label said goodbye to longtime designer Christopher Kane, trying its hand a new model. Each season, the label will work with a different young designer. (First up? Industry favorite J.W. Anderson.) Instead of absorbing Versus into the better-performing Versace, like Dolce & Gabbana did with D&G in 2011, Versace chose to take a risk. We think it’ll pay off.