90’s Versace

90s were the years when after decades of definite trends and movements, fashion world broke its chains with the importance of brandization, showing of skin more than ever and muddle of so many rebellious trends. One other thing to reminisce about 90s was Versace; all the magazines were about it, all the supermodels walked their catwalk (at the same time!) and the dresses were so phenomenal that the history wrote one of them as the one and only dress which made an actress from zero to hero in just one night (yes, Elizabeth Hurley). Not to mention that it has its very own Wikipedia page, A DRESS.

Giovanna Battaglia, former editor of L’uomo Vogue now contributing fashion editor of W magazine, also made a scene when she attended a Cannes after party last year wearing a Versace piece from the 90s which shows that they still cause a stir, just becoming more and more special and vintage everyday. It is almost impossible to find a vintage Versace now, instead you can try out some alternatives which will take the same effect:

1) Metallic Beaded Fringe Plunging V Necklace Bandage Mini Dress (80s) – Auction (current price $15.50)

2) Chain Back Plunging Leather Mini Dress (80s) – $465.00

3) Chain Bustier Bodycon Dress – $44.00

4) John Santana Knit Rhinestone Cage Bodycon Mini Dress (80s) – $136.00

5) Kristen McMenamy in ‘Black Is Back’ by S. Meisel for Vogue Italy July 92

6) Metal O-Ring Cutout Bandage Dress (80s) – Auction (current price $20.50)

7) Chain Link Denim Pants (90s) – $92.00

8) Elizabeth Hurley at the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994 wearing “that dress”

9) Starla Studded Cage Bandage Dress (80s) – $65.00