Archival Allure

December 6th, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (9)

Clare Richardson digs into the Versace archives in a special shoot for Industrie Magazine. Shot by Josh Olins and featuring a slew of vintage pieces from the line’s history as worn by campaign face Saskia de Brauw, the story expertly captures the editorial appeal of Versace. Whether it is an ostentatious choker worn with nothing else, or one of Gianni’s trademark printed silk blouses, the Versace look has always been outlandish, eye-catching and completely original.

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  1. Martin says:

    saskia is divine minus the photoshop that disgrace this editorial…

  2. Marty says:

    Saskia body is gorgeous, i even like the hair. I’M SORRY THAT WAS LITTLE PERSONAL BUT I LOVE MODELS. But other then that Saskia always delivers when it comes to shooting ANYTHING, At first I was little worried that she was 30 but I guess this is what it takes to be successful in less than a year, She’s amazing and really going on me I JUST LOVER HER, good work Saskia.

  3. Kim says:

    Very Evangelista-esque!! =)

  4. Christopher Y says:

    SASKIA ROCKS!!! She knows how to work every part of her body – she’s such a star… Now, she made me kinda miss NATASHA POLY (she kinda went under the radar recently)


  5. Queni says:

    I can’t say nothing, cause I’m from AMSTERDAM if u know what I mean Sas (-;

  6. Bruce Edwin says:

    Saskia is amazing, what a body, wow, beautiful images.

  7. Barclay says:

    Saskia looks AMAZING. Always. Such a great body.

    Would have loved to have seen Mert&Marcus do this though, the Versace language that they have in the main campaign and the H&M ads is so spectacular and its a little lost in this images. Not so Versace as we know it.

  8. boo says:

    I agree with Barclay. Saskia is mega, but the pics don’t scream Versace.

  9. Jamie says:

    Since its all the same ingredients as the main campaign, the amazing Saskia, the same designer, as an editorial, it should be more exciting than the main campaign because it can be less commercial. But it’s not.

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