The pure essence of femininity is presented through gorgeous couture designs by Atelier Versace. Luxurious and sexy, the dresses featured in the collection are breathtakingly beautiful, so let yourself be impressed by the following princess-worthy couture gowns!
Atelier Versace proved once again why the label is a
leader in the fashion industry through the brand's
fall 2011 couture collection.
Donatella Versace wanted the haute couture line to be a perfect match for women who want to underline their grace, sex-appeal and femininity, and she managed to reach her target with fantastic sophisticated dresses that take your breath away from first glimpse.
The couture collection seems to be all about opulence, flowing lines and luxurious fabrics, intricately constructed to suit the highest requirements. The focus point of the collection is construction, as the Versace label is known for pushing the boundaries through combinations of embroidery, beading and fabrics.
Both original and elegant, the Atelier Versace fall 2011 collection is created to attract attention, so it's a perfect match for women who want to be admired and make an impact. The evening dresses proposed vary from long flowing dresses to short minis which expose the legs and accentuate femininity through bold accents. Cut outs, draping details, embellishments, slits which gently expose one leg, cuts which expose the back in a very sexy manner are the dominant characteristics which boost the elegant and sexy style of the collection, so let your eyes feast on each and every design as they are truly worth every bit of attention.
Color and fabric choices also play an essential role in fashion and the Versace label is known for choosing bold combinations which look amazing. Chiffon, silk mousseline, silk satin, silk tulle and fur are the dominant fabrics used to accentuate beauty and glamour for this collection, while embellishments such as leather details, crystals, sequins and silk threads add that couture originality that the label is recognized for.
Photo credit: Atelier Versace