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Donatella dedicated the spring outing to her friend Keith Flint of Prodigy, who died last March, and his style was a big influence: As if all that print and sparkle were not enough to turn heads, models sported teal, yellow, hot pink or fire-engine red hair, and strutted in black leather — fringed, paved with silver grommets, or whipstitched into submission.
She was certainly true to her word, arguing during a preview on Friday that the desire of being observed, and watched is “absolutely natural. Every single part of the body can be beautiful.” She said it’s important to exalt “the most beautiful part of you. It’s not about the colors, the shoes…It’s about the attitude.”
For more inspiration, Donatella took the pivotal moment of a man driving his first car, hence the abstract black Ferrari, awash in purple flowers and rotating at the center of the lilac perspex catwalk, a collaboration with the artist Andy Dixon.
The clothing that sprouted from the car idea included a dazzling dark suit with a shiny red crystal car pattern, tie-dyed logo T-shirts, and lots of hybrid silhouettes. There were oversized plaid-and-denim shirts as well as coats and jackets that were half-black, half-Prince-of-Wales check for all the man-boys who are still growing and figuring out who they are — and how they choose to be beautiful. versacess20
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