Donatella Versace To Release A Book On The Luxury Fashion House
Fashion designer Donatella Versace is to release a book detailing the history of her career and the Versace brand.
Fashion designer Donatella Versace is to release a book detailing the history of her career and the Versace brand, reports WWD. The 336-page tome will tell Donatella’s story of the brand, starting from 1997 when she took over the artistic direction of Versace after the tragic murder of her brother and the brand’s founder Gianni.
To be published by Rizzoli, the Versace book will also be richly illustrated with images from the luxury design house, as well as secret anecdotes, runway pictures and exclusive backstage shots.
The book has been written in collaboration with fashion curator and professor at the IUAV University of Venice, Maria Luisa Frisa, and W Magazine’s director Stefano Tonchi. It also features contributions from Tim Blanks and Ingrid Sischy and photography from Richard Avedon, Irving Penn and Steven Meisel, among others.