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Cowls and fur rule at Atelier Versace Haute-Couture Spring/Summer 2014

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Supermodel Karlie Kloss helped to present a very sultry and sophisticated collection replete with cowls, furs and retro-inspired gowns by Italian designer Donatella Versace for her Atelier Versace show during Paris Fashion Week Haute-Couture Spring/Summer 2014 on January 19, 2014 in Paris, France.

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Atelier Versace’s mouth-watering color palette includes cobalt and powder blue, chartreuse, pale green, orange, silver, pewter, champagne and gold rendered into sultry gowns and elegant cocktail dresses as well as shorts and separates to add plenty of glitz and glam to your work-a-day wardrobe.

Cowls are featured on ultra-feminine draped dresses and gowns, topped off with cuddly and colorful fur coats. Donatella will even have you donning her pretty fur dresses that will no doubt elicit second-takes, such as the cobalt blue coat dress worn by supermodel Karlie Kloss...

Donatella’s collection is undoubtedly contemporary yet there is a good measure of retro charm worthy of any starlet trying to recreate the glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Attending the Atelier Versace fashion show today were singer Lady Gaga, who herself appeared to be wearing a dramatic Atelier Versace black gown with cowl, French actress Frederique Bel in her bright red ensemble complete with provocative lips motif on her one-shoulder dress, American actor Alan Ritchson of “Hunger Games” fame and Canadian actor Nolan Gerard Funk.

Enjoy the Atelier Versace Haute-Couture Spring/Summer 2014 slideshow and embedded video…


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