Fashion retailers are betting on bold going-out clothes and 2000s trends.
Another excellent look from that era that could easily be slotted into the brand's runway lineup today.
Our top picks fresh off the Italian runways.
The Y2K influence is strong this season.
From sky-high platforms to beaded (and butterfly!) embellishments on sandals, they're all about being the center of attention.
Kim Jones and Donatella Versace unveiled their rumored design experiment at Milan Fashion Week.
Plus, is Versace collaborating with Fendi?
With gilded beauty touches to match.
Lopez fell in love with Versace before Ben Affleck.
"The roll-out of vaccinations and lifting of lockdown saw demand increase for dressier styles, as well as items associated with travel and leisure," according to Lyst.
Plus, LVMH partners with a startup for fabric recycling.
This was a red carpet look for the history books.
Donatella herself recently commented on the look.
From Kristen Stewart in Chanel to Naomi Campbell in Alaïa to Elle Fanning in... well, everything.
"Sweats have seen us through the past year, but many fashion-lovers are now looking to set aside the sweatpants and rediscover the joy of dressing up."
Featuring unconventional cutouts, cotton candy pastels and comfy cotton dresses.