Style has the goods:
"Versace's menswear has been disappointingly inanimate since Cloak's Alexandre Plokhov was brought in from New York to juice it up, but this season Plokhov shook it awake with a spectacular reminder of why he was originally considered worthy of the Versace gig. You can't beat a good story, and Plokhov had one: French Foreign Legionnaire lost in sand dunes falls in with local tribesmen and adjusts wardrobe accordingly. The mix of the uniform and the exotic created hybrid styles as airily appealing as a striped navy jacket over a djellaba; or an officer's shirt, sans sleeves, in a gauzy silk cheesecloth; or a parka in a translucent glazed cotton."
We adore almost every look in this collection. It's got a little bit of an American Gigolo/Armani vibe to it and that's just fine by us. The muted colors and masculine silhouettes give the whole collection a sensual feel and that's also just fine by us. We're bored with the djellaba; seems like someone's always trying to make them happen. The bathing suits are TO DIE but what really makes us want a sugar daddy are the fantastic jackets and coats. We'll take 2 of each, please.