Versace has introduced the Greca Goddess top handle bag, the latest addition in a line of accessories defined by the House’s Greca signifier. Italian leather artistry and a structural design define the style, as expected under Donatella Versace’s reign.
The architectural curves of the bag’s body are mirrored by an arched top handle crafted in tubular leather with angular cut ends. The Greca, a classical symbol of infinity and unity, is a signature of the House of Versace and can be found on the front of the bag above a gold logo plaque. A shoulder strap, internal pockets and a magnetic fold-over closure feature as part of the form meets function design.
Arriving in timeless black leather, accented with typically Versace gold hardware, the Greca Goddess arrives with a stealthy styling sensibility that wearers can return to again and again.
Versace is known for its loud prints and opulent glamour, with seemingly every celebrity having a Medusa moment, from Dua Lipa to Doja Cat (and how could we forget Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss’ iconic Versace looks?)
Versace’s immense popularity through the years can be attributed to its ability to capture the limelight, working with popular celebrities for activations and presentations. Over the years, Versace has worked with various celebrities, from Tina Turner to Prince and Jon Bon Jovi.
Versace’s grandeur makes wearers feel confident and powerful through its daring designs. Its shows are a talking point within the fashion industry, with shows being talked about years after they take place. For example, in 1991, Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington joined arms and stormed the runway to George Michael’s “Freedom.”
The Versace Greca Goddess top handle bag is made in Italy and is available in two sizes, medium and small. It arrives in alternate leather finishes of smooth or crocodile-embossed Italian calf leather and is available now at Versace boutiques worldwide and Versace.com.
The Versace Pop-Up can be found on the ground floor of Selfridges at it’s Corner Store this month.
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