With the launch of the H&M and Versace collaboration tomorrow (November 17 2011) in the UK, now is a great time to rediscover the baroque, overblown and frankly fabulous designs that made Versace notorious in the 1980s before being catapulted into the fashion stratosphere by Elizabeth Hurley wearing THAT dress to the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994.
The Versace home collection was launched in 1992, but remains prohibitively expensive. So, as H&M have done, let Easyart show you how to interpret the look for less. Check out this Easyart Loves blog post to learn more. The article is centered around 2 iconic dresses worn by Elizabeth Hurley and Jennifer Lopez (designed by Donatella Versace in 2000 when she took over the label after Gianni's death). With these reference points we show you how to adapt the 2 key Versace motifs of Classical Roman art prints and Tropical art prints, framed in jewel colours with gold frames to achieve the full look.