Donatella Versace Enlists The Help Of ’90s Supermodels For Nostalgic Show

Models walked beneath a giant safety pin on the runway

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For the autumn/winter 2019 show, Donatella Versace sought inspiration from the brand’s archives and what better way to celebrate its history than enlisting the help of ’90s supermodels?

Shalom Harlow, 45, kick-started proceedings in a baroque print-emblazoned trench coat, belt bag and knee-high cowboy boots. It was only last season when the model broke free from a six-year modelling hiatus and made her runway return on behalf of the brand.

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But if that wasn’t enough to get the front row desperately digging for their iPhones, Gianni Versace’s former muse, 50-year-old model Stephanie Seymour, was given the responsibility of closing the show in a black slinky gown.

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Though the nostalgia didn’t stop there, as the collection was a not-so-subtle celebration of the brand’s famous iconography.

The millennial model pack – we’re talking Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber – stomped through a supersized gold safety pin firmly planted on the runway.

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The gram-worthy set comes 25 years after actress Elizabeth Hurley famously wore that safety-pin strung Versace dress to the Four Weddings and a Funeral premiere back in 1994.

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