Definitions

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  • noun Italian fashion designer (1946-1997)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On the catwalk, shirts are oversized and flannel, while archetypal 90s label Versace is back doing couture for the first time in 15 years.

    Stone Roses, Trainspotting and the grunge look: the 90s revival is here

  • Gisele Bündchen, in Versace, and Tom Brady: They just looked like the most glamorous couple there.

    The art of looking like a star

  • When the King of Pop died, his sister said, she called Versace and asked her to dress the family for the funeral.

    Glamour magazine honors 'Women of the Year'

  • Versace is working on designing planes and helicopters.

    Hollywood Dame » Blog Archive » Designer Laptops

  • Where you buy your clothes, Walmart vs Versace is the same comparison to this cell phone.

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  • Look for Patrick Dempsey in Versace ads, appearing in February magazines.

    Patrick Dempsey Versace Ads

  • They gathered at nightclubs where the cover charges alone could exceed $400; they ordered cognac at $200 a shot and hookers at $1,000 a session; they dressed in Versace and Hugo Boss suits; they maintained diamond-clad concubines of mesmerizing, icy beauty.

    Russia Is Finished

  • They gathered at nightclubs where the cover charges alone could exceed $400; they ordered cognac at $200 a shot and hookers at $1,000 a session; they dressed in Versace and Hugo Boss suits; they maintained diamond-clad concubines of mesmerizing, icy beauty.

    Russia Is Finished

  • Eventually, the central committee of the National Liberation Front judged Captain Versace to be a reactionary, which meant that he was unworthy of the Viet Cong's so-called "lenient and humanitarian" treatment.

    Versace, Humberto R.

  • Captain Versace wouldn't give his captors any information other than the big four of name, rank, service number, and date of birth, as required by the Geneva Convention and the U.S.

    Versace, Humberto R.

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