A high slit. Navel-baring cut. Cheek-skimming hemline.
Donatella Versace has kept Gianni Versace's legacy of dare-to-bare wares strong since since his untimely death, and the label has only become more bold and chic over time. But where Gianni pushed the envelope, Donatella guilds it with glistening stones and boisterous prints—more eye candy than swaths of naked skin. Take for instance the head-to-toe body-con suit imprinted with rococo swirls born of Versace DNA. There's barely a stitch of skin to be seen—and yet the look is still as sexy as can be.
Equally sexy: extremely intricate nails inspired by the Versace runways. Guest artist Caroline Cotten designed her nail art based on a pantsuit revision of the iconic green Versace dress worn by Jennifer Lopez in 2001. Cotten's nail art version of the head-turning gown is complete with real palm leaves.
About the Artist: 1-800-NailMe founder and Los Angeles, California-based nail artist Caroline Cotten has more than 10 years of professional experience. She specializes in Gel-X and nail art of all kinds. She finds inspiration all around—from nature to fashion to architecture.