Watch the show, Top 10 Trends: Versace S18 Ready-to-Wear

Watch the show, Top 10 Trends: Versace S18 Ready-to-Wear

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Welcome back to another high fashion trend report! This time around we are so excited to showcase Versace. It has been a year of reflection for the iconic Gianni Versace as the anniversary of his death began with an entire television series and then continued with this memorable tribute show lead by his sister, Donatella.


The vibes were very diverse this season and almost felt like multiple fashion shows going on at once. From pop and pastels to gothic and cowboys, you’ll soon see many inspiring looks that leave no shortage of inspiration. Read on for all Top 10 Trends then catch video from the fashion show in the episode above. You too will find styles that are completely irresistible.

10. high-waisted jeans

Those long zippers and high waists. Some of you may be too young to remember when this was unintentional, but now, what’s old is new again. Enjoy!

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Seen in black and key prints, the cinched trench was incredibly on point and unapologetically chic.

8. The Slit Cut Dress

The perfect go-to for elegance. We went crazy for high slits, heart necklines and pastel juxtaposed with black.

7. Pop Art Prints

Pop Art returns. A season favorite, high colors, icon imagery and head-to-toe psychedelics are seen once again in different voices.

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6. More catholic symbolism

Embellished crosses and stoic black played edgy roles as the new chic-goth.

5: Pastels & a nod to the 90’s

Clueless cues and pastel hues. Think pleated a-lines, cropped jackets, flat caps and the nostalgic belt flips.

4: Grease Meet Urban Cowboy

Black is dominant with this urban cowboy trend. Look out for leather, cutouts, cowboy hats, western blouses and hits of gold.


3: Key Prints

Pulling directly from archives, key prints and pieces from 1991–95 were used and reinterpreted to pay homage to the late, great Gianni.


2: Strong Shoulder Mini Sheaths

Versace’s square shouldered mini sheaths are the little black dress of right now. Play up the ubiquitous catholic symbolism and you’ll be right on trend.

And coming in at #1: Style Lush TV’s favorite Versace Trend of the season, Celebrating Age (Gold)

Naomi, Carla, Cindy, Claudia, Helena. In one of the most memorable finales to date, the iconic first super models of the industry walked the catwalk in disco gold and more fierce than ever.

Watch highlights from the fashion show on Top 10 Trends above, catch a sneak peek of this finale and enjoy so many more fabulous fashion moments.


Burgundy Woods
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Burgundy Woods has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music/Music Industries from the University of the Incarnate Word and a Design & Trend Forecasting degree from The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles. She began her career in Hollywood, California, where she worked for major record labels such as Virgin Records, Interscope Records, EMI Music and Capitol Records. Later after attaining her fashion degree, she was discovered by MySpace, Inc. and was immediately hired to be their Fashion Curator starring and producing her show THE B-SPOT Fashion & Trends on their Fashion & Shopping channel. During this time, online media was in its infancy. She and her colleagues pioneered and molded the online fashion media industry resulting in over 10 years of experience in fashion news and 20 years of experience in fashion video content. Many of the stylized ideas and tools that were launched through these platforms are still used to this day as industry standards for online fashion media. Later, with her extensive experience in developing online fashion media, she continued the show independently and has successfully rebranded THE B-SPOT into Style Lush TV online fashion network. Now, with over nine professional years in online fashion media and trend forecasting, she continues to pioneer, maneuver and develop her industry. She is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Style Lush TV. She is also the President of the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative. The state's official non-profit for the positive growth of the Texas fashion industry.