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We can't believe we're featuring Versace, a fashion house that is usually the antithesis of our taste, but there you go. In a major departure from the typical overworked, baroque silk, body-conscious offerings, Versace showed a sporty collection where the clothes were figure-hugging but concealed more than they revealed even with all the strategically placed zippers. Tones were largely subdued and Versace is one of the few designers we've seen successfully incorporate Pantone's colours of the year - rose quartz and serenity - and further to have done so in a way that wasn't sickly or cloying, largely because they were combined with acid brights.
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