Versace’s Limited Edition T-shirts feature archive prints from its SS ’18 show


Kaia Gerber in a dress with archive prints of the “Native Americans” collection from 1992

Not everyone has the pizzazz to pull off head-to-toe scarf prints a la the models (above) at the Versace Tribute collection. But here’s a more palatable and easier way to cop one of the most photographed collections at the recent Spring Summer 2018 shows: Versace’s limited edition T-shirt line. The capsule collection rehashes some of the most iconic prints that the late Gianni Versace created in his career from 1991-1995. Among them are the Warhol, Native Americans and Baroque prints which were interpreted by his sister Donatella Versace on retro-style silhouettes such as boxy jackets and micro mini dresses.

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The T-shirt collection takes that direction by plastering five of the most iconic prints – “Vogue”, “Pop Art”, “Tresor De La Mer”, “Wild Baroque” and “Native Americans” – from the show all over the pieces. To make it even more of a collectable, each piece sports a label stating the year the print is from.

Story originally appeared on Female.

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