The only moment that caused a stir was seeing Donatella's face multiplied across the digital screen that ran the length of the runway, which also featured the brand's signature Medusa medallions.
While last season's collection was an homage to that green jungle print, this season was decidedly more sporty, with colorful tracksuits, oversized polos and casual plaids among the lineup. (Donatella combined its men's and women's offerings after skipping the menswear schedule this year.)
This wouldn't be a Versace without its signature sexed-up glam, so the brand incorporated tons of '80s references, party dresses and sleek black cutouts that were worn by the likes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber.
There was also a strong focus on handbags, with various sizes and shapes in prints like houndstooth, zebra and neon all worn simultaneously at times. See, below, to watch the entire Versace Fall 2020 show.