Versace Fall 2014 Menswear Collection

Posted on January 15, 2014

Versace Fall 2014 Menswear Collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: IMAXtree]

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  • Diego!

    mmmm it’s way too much. I only could wear (if I had the money to afford it) the long red and blue coats and the brown short jacket with beige pants. Those are the only clothes I’d wear from this entire collection. Thank you Donatella, now, sashay away my dear.

    • Anna_Cecilia

      Too much is right. What to wear at an upscale leather bar in Montana, maybe? Except for the guy in 5th last photo. Who somehow ended up in the leftovers from the wardrobe department of Young MC’s “Bust a Move” video shoot.

      Very very bizarre, yet amusing, collection.

  • Josefina Madariaga Suárez

    This is hilarious

    • random_poster

      That’s what I thought too. The whole thing made me smile because it’s so over the top. I had to keep scrolling down to see what the hell else they made these boys wear.

    • Imasewsure

      Sorry “down voter” but this is actually and totally hilarious (except the red coat is gorgeous!)

      • emmessell

        Genuinely sincere question from a non-Disqus-pro: why do people care about down votes? Is it just about hurt feelings, or is there some kind of Disqus algorithm that counts them up and holds them against you in some way?

        • Imasewsure

          I don’t speak for everyone of course but I think it’s just the idea that someone who “downvotes” rather than commenting directly is just being negative without letting the original commenting person know why… some times it’s obvious (the original post itself was body snarking, a mean statement, etc) but sometimes it’s impossible (and annoying) to know what the hell the “down voter” is objecting to…. which is why I think most of us dislike it…

          • emmessell

            Ah, ok. The whole concept is interesting! I guess there’s a reason Facebook doesn’t have a “dislike” button…

        • marlie

          In addition to what Imasewsure said, the interpretation around here is that downvoting is almost like saying “I don’t like what you said” as opposed to “I don’t agree with what you said.” One could argue that that’s all semantics, but it’s just something that’s not generally done on this site.

          • StellaZafella

            I agree…this is a site for opinionated people…down voting anonymously without comment just seems…juvenile, like y’know?

        • ailujailuj

          I’ve always viewed the voter thingy as a means to agree or disagree whilst saving paper. most of my posts are entirely unnecessary – heh – but it’s nice not to have to drudge through post after post of the same sentiment. so, the votes give people a means to chime in without overburdening the pace of the conversation. however… a down vote can be chickenshitish – unless the poster you’re disagreeing with is being a total turd. then it’s ok to just vote the post down and move on. peer pressure can be a wonderful thing.

        • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

          It depends on the culture of the site. On some, a downvote is just a “hey, I think Versace hung the moon and you think differently”. On this site, differences of opinion are celebrated as long as you can make your point clearly and (if at all possible) hilariously and with no ad hominem attacks.

        • filmcricket

          The only problem I have with them is that if the comment collects enough of them Disqus will eliminate it entirely, which then leaves a thread of people responding to something that isn’t there. Otherwise I don’t care if people downvote me – we disagree, that’s fine.

          • emmessell

            This is all very illuminating. Thanks, everyone!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

        Yes to the long red trench. Nice! Though I think the sleeveless bandanna-inspired shirts are pretty imaginative and interesting.

        • StellaZafella

          The brown windowpane plaid suit in shot 5…not the trench, just the suit…yum.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

            Oh yes, that too. Even the tie there is interesting. Why can’t ties get more creative like that?

    • Lilah

      Took the words right out of my mouth.

  • Kerry McCombs

    No.

  • Danielle

    The Village People: 2014 edition

    • http://dentsdelait.tumblr.com/ Nancy Marion

      Once again, I post before looking at the others. Great minds?

      • Kathy

        I almost said it too. It really is blatantly VP, which is amusing but not necessarily how I imagine most men want to look.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

      Was just about to say the same. For the reunion tour the construction worker has been replaced with a very camp hedgefund manager.

      • unbornfawn

        My first thought was Castro street on Halloween.

  • Sobaika

    Bedazzled bikini bottoms under bedazzled crotchless leather chaps. What.

    • marlie

      I’m doing that weird silent laugh thing at my desk right now. I just can’t…

    • demidaemon

      Sex costumes. It’s a growing field that Versace just had to get into.

  • Blair Sylvester

    For the Texas gay who can’t go home alone in all of us. or for male prostitutes

  • alyce1213

    Well, Yippee-i-o-ki-ay. Weren’t we done with chaps-over-underwear after Al Pacino in “Cruising?”

  • http://dentsdelait.tumblr.com/ Nancy Marion

    Village People.

    • oohsparkley!

      BEDAZZLED Village People!

  • Inspector_Gidget

    Chaps and panties! The helmet will protect your head, but watch out for your junk.

    • Domo_Konnichiwa

      Versace even makes sure your junk is fashionably covered with diamond-studded codpieces.

      • Kathy

        I know. Right? Are codpieces a thing again?

        • Domo_Konnichiwa

          Women get unnecessary warm-weather scarves; men get diamond-studded codpieces.

          • Kathy

            And crotchless chaps. Argh!

  • marlie

    CHEEKBONES.

    Also, the underwear with chaps made me laugh out loud. Also also, all of the black leather stuff looks like it came out of George Michael’s closet ca. 1988.

  • In_Stitches

    If Liberace ever had a kid, as a toddler, this collection would have been what it wore.

    • Imasewsure

      Sorry but Baby Liberace would have been in head to toe gold lame and/or sequins and glitter!! This might have been his teen look however

  • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

    There are a few great pieces mixed in among the overly loud cray cray that is the signature of their menswear line. Both red coats, the brown plaid jacket with the leather shoulder insets, and the short double breasted plush coat. The rest? Insane unwearable crap.

    • Snailstsichr

      Oh my, I’d like those red coats for me!

  • Andrew Schroeder

    These boys’ cheekbones could open a can of tuna.

  • Lori

    This is mostly hilarious, but that 2nd red coat is pretty great.

  • ChelseaNH

    If the runway music wasn’t Kid Rock’s “Cowboy” (I wanna be a cow-boy bay-bee) then I don’t want to know about it.

  • Leigh David

    So this year Versace is taking inspiration from Tom of Finland?

    • Renaissance_Man_ATL

      Again.

  • lalahartma

    Lol!

  • Fanny_Trollope

    The Lone Ranger Goes to South Beach.

  • ailujailuj

    …sigh… the only thing that makes sense is the leather chaps….

  • Imasewsure

    Chaps!! Hahahahahahahahahaha
    That being said… love the plaid suit & jackets and the red coat. The rest is chaps….hahahahahahahha

    • oohsparkley!

      And the bandanna print undies! Ha ha

  • Jennifer Peters-Ahnberg

    Donatella discovered Deadwood I see.

  • Frank_821

    In fairness there is some cool, chic pieces.

    othere than that this one of the gayest collections I’ve ever seen. I give it to the models for their professionalism.

    Oh well at least the runway is amusing

    • demidaemon

      It IS Versace.

  • KinoEye

    Hahahaha, crotchless chaps. What will they think of next?

  • ojosazules

    Clothes for assholes.

  • Joe Schmartin

    Oh, Versace menswear…always good for a laugh. Even gay men in West Hollywood in the early 90′s wouldn’t have worn these clothes.

  • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

    Is this collection for Jewish cowboys, or do sheriff badges always have a 6-pointed star?

  • MilaXX

    Like most things Versace you have to pull out separates from each outfit.I LOVE that brown plaid suit, I even like the plaid jacket with the leather shoulders. and some of the short jackets would work on the young male celebs. The chaps are just silly and most of the prints are cringe inducing.

  • boweryboy

    Versace chaps? That’s a bridge too far.

  • susan6

    Somehow they all look like pimps. Spanish pimp….Texan pimp….Scottish pimp…..Russian pimp…..Mexican pimp…..

  • Jacqueline Wessel

    Gangster Cowboy

  • homofascist

    I am foreseeing…guytorials of boy celebs in the desert dressed like cowboys. “Look at me and my bale of hay and my $8,000 leather jacket”. Still, I would shank a ho for that red motorcycle sweater…

  • Lynn

    If Nudie Cohn were still alive, he might have a lawsuit on his hands.

  • zenobar

    The jokes, darlings. They write themselves.

  • titaness25

    I will cut you with my cheekbones and/or my steely stare of disapproval. And my clothes are cowboy-pride-parade-fabulous.

  • MissFern

    i’m sorry but could this be uglier?

  • webslice33

    damn most of those cheekbones can cut glass

  • Trickytrisha

    I was only giggling until I got to the bikini bottom/chaps outfits. Then I was cackling along with a few guffaws.

  • oklund

    I like some of the pieces individually, but what’s the aesthetic here? College professors vs. Indians, in a motorcycle gang?

  • uprightcitizen

    Who do I have to cut for one of those bandanna-inspired sleeveless tees?

  • Shawn EH

    Ugh, cowboys … must we?

  • Qitkat

    Hell’s Angels should be calling for these soon.
    /sarcasm/

  • JaCory Deon

    This is pure gay Oklahoma (the musical) camp! Styled for the “talent” portion of the Mr. Gay Universe Pageant, “Bronco Busters.” Thank you for the laughs this evening Versace!

  • kimmeister

    Did anyone else spot the cameos by Woody from Toy Story and Spock?

    • LeelaST

      I wanted to make a Spock comment but thought it was silly! Thank you!

  • LeelaST

    Oh My! And the clothes too!

  • quiltrx

    I canNOT stop laughing!
    That first boy is giving so much face…he’s the best thing here. I need those cheekbones for the next time I need to cut some paper!

  • Richard Bailey

    #8 – Did Lurch and Grace Jones have a son?

  • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

    And I thought the Dolce and Gabbana was literal. I laughed out loud when I got to the first chaps-and-manties ensemble.

  • David Kresner

    The operative word here is TACKY.

    • demidaemon

      That is Versace’s modus operandi.

  • Synnamin

    whelp, there’s my hatred of Versace reaffirmed

  • Big Bear

    You can never have enough pairs of chaps.

  • Sif

    I’m glad they found the cowboy inspiration in Magic Mike.

  • HeyMrPhipps

    What Adam Lambert sees hopping over fences when he’s falling asleep.

  • Kent Roby

    Dammit! I’ve been working on my thighs since they’ve recently been “in”, now they go and switch back to cheekbones. It’s so hard to keep up. I’m calling my surgeon now to book a consultation.

  • demidaemon

    Some of these are clearly sex costumes, and others need to be seriously broken up just for eye relief, but I get it all and see how some of it could work. That bomber jacket is awesome and the models are appropriately smoking, so I can’t hate.

  • ItsDicey

    Love the plaid, but the rest is just mofo crazy.

  • e jerry powell

    I call it “Donatella invades West Hollywood.”

    Too much with the leather pants as it is, WAY OVER THE TOP with the chaps.

    I know there are still some gay men out there who want to dress like that, but should they?