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VIP sale today. I believe all you have to do is have an online account @ www.versace.com   30% some of the leftovers. A few decent staples like black wool pants (in that casual/formal grey area)   These prices are around where you'll see them on an average day at a boutique. If for some reason you want to make a purchase from the main site though, now's better.   To see sale items, go to the section tabs (eg MEN, WOMEN, VERSUS) and look for VIP SALE under those tabs.
I have been looking for a pair of sneaks from them tbh...how loud is too loud?
    Panelled Hooded Jacket
Dubai Hotel - “the most luxurious that the Middle East has ever seen.”
Ended up getting a messenger bag after a lot of shopping around and not finding anything else that interested me / hit that financial masochism g spot.    I've been buying and selling "ultra-lux" stuff for a few years now and have to say the detailing is amazing. Totally blew me away in person. According to their website the print is no longer hand painted, but "manually applied" (assuming they use stencils/ manual printing).   Also they're coming out with a backpack...
I have seen high end shirts with them used minimally and tastefully. Definitely not something you want on a plaid shirt, if you must wear plaid at all. Versace has done some black shirts with gold undertones  
I found this quite interesting: a totally separate company operated in Israel for years under the Versace name. Eventually the courts all sided with the S.p.A., but it took several lawsuits and quite some time.    https://www.aippi.org/enews/2010/edition12/Versace.html
 I would feel the same starting from scratch on a large flat like these. I've always found armani to be overly safe and muted, which would be a tempting way to decorate since no one would object. If money were no object and I wanted to move to London with a minimum of work, or use the flat as an RE investment (which a lot of these buildings have become, they're often only occupied a few months a year) these designer architecture projects make sense. For 99.99% of the...
New building with interiors by Versace group, Jenga Tower, to be completed 2020.
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