Versus Spring 2013
If you're going to have a fashion show on a Friday night, you might as well make it a party — and you might as well offer up clothing made for a rollicking good time. br> With a glowing neon runway and a live performance by Beth Ditto — complete with backup dancers — the vibe was certainly in place. And though the first looks out the gate — zippered blazers, miniskirts, and flippy little dresses in vivid dahlia pink — were certainly hot enough to ignite a little flame, it wasn't until the bold intarsia knits, flower power prints, and Twister dot motifs appeared that the fun really began. In Lego hues, with clubby '60s silhouettes, and adorned with oversized plastic chains, they made for quite the joyous display — and proved that Christopher Kane and Donatella Versace definitely know how to keep a mood light.