Guava x Gianni Versace Retrospective Runway Show
Guava is featured at the prestige Gianni Versace Runway Retrospective
Thrilling runway shows, vibrant collections, exciting fabric mixes and Freedom 90! playing whilst Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, and Christy Turlington were matching and crashing everything in their paths.
The time where the whole notion of the supermodel became utterly inescapable and irresistible.
Looking back it’s hard to underestimate the impact Gianni Versace had on fashion. His unique blend of rock and roll and couture made him one of the most admired designers of all times.
Versace created an impressive and memorable brand, that will be now honored, in the most spectacular exhibition ever, brought to Berlin, by private collectors from Italy and around the world.
We are hugely proud to announce that Guava was invited to be part of this prestige runway.
The opening ceremony, on the 30th of January, will find its highlight in an amazing runway show, presenting some of the historical pieces of the designer paired with GUAVA shoes. It will be an explosion of colors, shapes, strict lines and bound breaking angles, where wearable pop-Art meets exquisite geometric creations.
“The mood is happiness, it’s modern, it’s alive. It’s a gift to the women.” Gianni Versace, FW 1991
At Guava, our purpose is to inspire woman to love and celebrate life and to empower them to be who they are, for what they are. So it is an honor to be part of the same philosophy and women empowering principles that Gianni have had for all his life.
The Kronprinzenpalais will become the meeting point for collectors and fashion enthusiasts. Between January 30 until April 13, the exhibition will also offers an impressive overview of Versace’s work with immeasurable iconic pieces displayed and alive with famous fashion-highlights worn by celebrities like Prince, Madonna, Elton John and Anna Wintour.
Stay connected because we will share everything of our Berlin trip with you, and if you’re planning to go to this exciting European city in the next couple of months and want to see some historical pieces of art, you already know where to head to.