Italian fashion house Versace offered roomy cargo pants and corset dresses at its Milan Fashion Week show, presenting an autumn/winter collection that played with contrasts. Designer Donatella Versace opened the show on Friday night, February 25, with a sharp black trouser suit, before swiftly introducing satin corsets in purple, lime, pink, cream or checked worn as tops or adorning tightfitting dresses as bodices. Sometimes even puffer jackets bore the shape. Models wore latex leggings, loose pinstripe trousers or luxury cargo pants. There was also an array of mini skirts, printed T-shirts and sparkly colourful chain tops . Large checked prints adorned jackets and skirts. “Seen, unseen; mystery, discovery; constrained, unleashed. This collection is built on contrast and tension – like an elastic band pulled tight and about to snapback with a build-up of energy,” Donatella Versace said of the line. “That feeling is just irresistible to me. It opens new possibilities and makes things happen.” 6 K-pop idols who are ‘human luxury brands’, from V to Jennie Versace also peppered the line with denim, presenting wide-leg jeans and mini skirts. Milan Fashion Week, which follows autumn/winter 2022 events in New York and London, wrapped up on Monday, February 28. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .