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This project is a collaboration between Parsons Paris and the iconic Italian fashion house, Versace. In the project, I am assigned to study two archive pieces from Versace, the Comma Dress worn by Christy Turlington from FW 1990 collection by Gianni, and the dress worn by Naomi from SS 1998 collection by Donatella. For this project, I want to bring the sexiness of the comma dress into menswear by showing gender fluidity, combining the beauty of both masculinity and femininity and study the relationship of revealing human body and garments. During the research, I found the Gianni himself had relations with musicians so I looked into Prince’s wardrobe, as Prince was the iconic figure of having the beauty of both masculinity and femininity. I also look into the Greek mythology statue and study the drape of cloth as Greek mythology has always been one of the most important Versace’s references. The final looks includes three pieces: A top with draped opening back, a classic men’s shorts with draped trains and a body jewelry with my interpretation of the Medusa- -Versace’s iconic logo.

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The VERSACE Project: Projects
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