Versace has unveiled s new Baroque Embroidered Palazzo Empire handbag which requires more than 150 steps in creating the final masterpiece. The baroque embroidery creates an elegant and unique embellishment that honors the heritage of the Italian fashion house.
Assembled together with fine precision and attention, all Versace Baroque Embroidered Palazzo Empire handbags are made in Italy and require days of handcrafted work. The luxurious dual-carry style bag is produced from the highest quality materials and features features a tonal Medusa clasp, top handle, and two removable shoulder straps – cloth and leather.
Baroque-style print as the essence of Versace style appeared in the late 1980s, when Milan-based Gianni Versace transformed the Italian artistic tradition into wild pop art, replacing the angels and cherubs of Italian frescos with gold chains, Medusa heads and leopard skins printed on shiny silk. A lavish Baroque-inspired motif came alive on dresses, bomber jackets, scarves, towels, throw pillows and bags, created by Donatella Versace, who assumed the role of creative director of Gianni Versace SpA in 1997, after Gianni was fatally shot outside his South Beach home.
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