The Versace x Dua Lipa Collection Brings Us Straight Back To The ‘90s
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Dua Lipa’s career is ever-evolving, as she embraces new opportunities from modeling to acting to creating fashion pieces with one of the world’s most renowned luxury houses. That’s right, on May 23, Lipa’s co-designed collection with Donatella Versace, titled ‘La Vacanza,’ debuted on the runway in Cannes, France. According to the press release, this is the first time the Italian label has worked with a collaborator in this way — and given the glowing runway reviews from fashion insiders, it certainly won’t be the last.
In a press release, Lipa said she and Donatella dug through the Versace archives to draw inspiration for their co-designed collection. The La Vacanza capsule includes many playfully imaginative pieces, from metallic miniskirts and sultry bikinis to butterfly and ladybug printed looks inspired by the label’s ’95 collection. “There’s always an occasion to wear Versace, and I know I’ll be spending my days (and nights!) in La Vacanza all summer long,” Lipa said in a statement.
This fashion team up won’t be a major shock to Lipa’s fans, as she is one of Versace’s notable celebrity muses. Back in March, she sat front row at the brand’s Fall/Winter 2023 show in Los Angeles. Two years prior, Lipa made her memorable runway debut at Versace during Milan Fashion Week while wearing pink and black looks. Should you need even more proof that she and Donatella have a tight-knit relationship, just peruse through the many brand campaigns she’s done for them.
The Dua Lipa x Versace collection is available to shop now, and don’t wait too long to add your favorite items to cart as they’re quickly selling out. Should you need some advice on what to buy, take a peek at TZR’s favorite styles, below. Personally, we love the ‘90s-inspired butterfly motif leggings and the strappy pink heels, which feels like they came straight out of the singer’s own closet. (If you follow Lipa’s style, you know she’s a maximalist dresser at heart and loves highly saturated hues.)
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