Does Donatella Versace do pared down? If she does, she probably looks exactly like the models she put out on the Versace runway, all slicked-back hair and monochrome suiting. The tailoring was slashed, mind you, and the heels were Perspex, making it the most glamorous version of normcore you've ever seen. Reminiscent of the Eighties, the opening looks consisted of boxy jackets, asymmetrical skirts and cropped tops decorated with the house's signature square emblem. There was a definite element of sports luxe, with the tops halves of shifts linked to the bottoms with oversized stitches and perforated knits flashing just the right amount of flesh. But there's only so much monochrome a girl can do, so A-line dresses boasting graphic prints (including the famous medusa) took centre stage, eventually giving way to a final parade of glitzy minidresses in yellow, pink and purple slashed with silver zig-zags - totally in keeping with the label's life-of-the-party image.
Who we saw: Actress-of-the-moment Bella Thorne
What they wore: A white asymmetrical Versace dress
In a nutshell: Simplicity redefined
See the Versace Autumn Winter 2014 show