Why Shop the Versace Sample Sale

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Why Shop the Versace Sample Sale
Yuki Wang

The Versace sample sale is in one week, so we thought it would be a perfect time for some background on why you should be shopping at the Italian luxury fashion house that has become a household name.

It’s an iconic fashion brand

Versace is a fashion house that has been producing iconic designs since 1972. The brand was started by Gianni Versace and taken over by his sister, Donatella Versace, after his tragic death in 1997. Since then, the company has produced some of the most iconic looks in fashion history. From the “safety pin” dress worn by Elizabeth Hurley in 1993 to the plunging green dress worn by Jennifer Lopez. Daring designs are also a signature of the brand, who frequently uses contrasting prints and bright colours in its collections.

The recognisability of the brand’s designs and Medusa logo are undeniable, even for those unfamiliar with the brand’s history. As well, current trends in fashion like neon and bold prints are making an appearance this summer, fitting in perfectly with Versace’s signature bold style.

 

Shop high quality pieces at a steep discount

Like many luxury designer brands, Versace’s products pay more attention to the details in its design, construction, materials, and prints. This is what separates Versace from lower end brands. Items that are made by Versace are investment pieces will last for many years to come.

In the past, sample sales used to consist of only samples or damaged items that were not fit to be sold in stores. This is no longer the case, and you can bet that the upcoming Versace sale will consist of brand-new stock. Now is the time to score some high quality items without the steep markup. The sample sale is the perfect time to cop some of these investment pieces as prices are marked down at a steep discount – up to 80% off!

They are fur-free

If you needed another reason to feel good about wearing Versace, the company announced in 2018 that it will no longer be using real fur in its pieces; a huge step forward in the fashion industry.

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