The Young Versace S/S 2014 collection features refined and glamorous creations that relate to one another in a play of patterns and iconic elements, according to the fashion house’s unmistakable style. The Junior collection (from 2 to 12 years) presents a variation of the evergreen baroque pattern with fun fluorescent pink and yellow or pastel lilac and green splashes and spots, the so-called Barocco Spot theme.
Cartoon elements are drawn from the imaginary world of bikers and blend with the all-over floral pattern in the Summer Party theme. Bright dashes of yellow and pink on jersey t-shirts, lovely crisp poplin dresses and ultralight nylon jackets are all lit by small golden studs.
The Black Punk theme expresses the rock soul, which is innate in all the Young Versace collections, while a more romantic style is the distinguishing feature of the Light Flower line, where a delicate small floral pattern against a lilac and black ground blends with bright coated chambray details.
The boy’s Young Versace collection revolves around the Party theme with the Versace version of the tuxedo. The cute Audrey puppy is back in a new punk version for the Cartoon Pop theme. Denim-effect printed on the coated chambray jacket or in the yellow version on a black and white background, Audrey is the star of the Young Versace S/S 2014 collection. She is printed all over the t-shirts with contrasting sleeves, matched with sweatpants for a casual and cheerful look .