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Gianni Versace founded Versus in 1989 as a gift to his sister Donatella, and the luxe label has now gifted Angelenos the opportunity to shop its glorious gold-patterned merch right off the runway at the Beverly Center. The Italian fashion house's collab-happy, copycat-inspiring, hard-partying diffusion line quietly opened a pop-up shop last week at the upscale mall, where the RiRi- and Naomi Campbell-backed brand will hold court until next year.
Located on Level 6 in Maje's former temp space next to BCBG MaxAzria, the boutique is the only standalone store dedicated to Versace's rebellious sister line in the U.S. In addition to stocking the brand's fall/winter ready-to-wear collections for men and women, the shop offers their Anthony Vaccarello collab, which was inspired by Versace's iconic safety pin dresses.
Versus Versace at the Beverly Center is open daily from 10am to 9pm.
· Versus Versace [Official Site]