Versace delivers its Holiday campaign led by professional skater Rebecca Ghilardi

Italian fashion house Versace invites everyone to indulge in the holiday spirit and seasonal luxuries with a new Holiday campaign.

Designer Donatella Versace unveiled VERSACE Holiday 2021 campaign, which offers a selection of statement making styles for the festive season. The cast features models Nando Maxwell, Duncan Rincon, Djily Nian, Stella Maxwell, and Malika Louback joined by skater Rebecca Ghilardi. Moreover, this amazing campaign was photographed by Camille Summers-Valli in a glamorous backstage environment.

“Introducing Team Versace – the most elegant sports team you’re likely to come across, ever. Signature glamour takes to the ice, with skaters and athletes showcasing coveted designs for a Very Versace holiday season,” the brand shares.

The Italian professional skater Rebecca Ghilardi showcases coveted designs for the gifting season, including new colourways of the well-known glamorous “La Medusa” and “The Virtus” handbags, while demonstrating her strength and poise. In the campaign, she wears a mini dress in “La Greca” pattern and holds “La Medusa” bag in a vibrant red tone.

From the new La Greca print, Barocco partywear, gold jewelry and and cozy colourful knitwear, the campaign showcases a glamorous and curated selection of the brand’s holiday essentials.

Showcasing stunning chic designs and ensembles, the cast also wears the brand’s new “La Greca” print and “Barocco” partywear with warm and sung knitwear, and pairs the apparel with the new colours of the “La Medusa” handbag.

“There is a gracefulness about Versace’s holiday campaign that celebrates dance, music, ice skating sports, holiday colours, outdoors and entertainment,” said Rebecca Miller. “It feels warm, joyful and inclusive as if the audience was personally invited to participate in the performance.”

“The storytelling expresses hope while not intruding and does not shout “buy,” she said. “Just, ‘enjoy our wishes and our delightful product – its colours and product assortment in unexpected places.’” She added.