RUNWAY: Versace FW17Donatella Versace called the men who walked down the lengthy and intersecting runway at her FW17 show a "tribe". With all that is happening the world: war, famine, coups and secessions, Versace seemed to think that togetherness was the way to go with this collection; an idea that we're better and stronger together instead of apart. This is an idea that's been seen a lot this season, like at yesterday's Ports 1961 show. Here, the collection was undoubtedly more somber, with a strong focus on tailored suits and masculine coats. The few Medusa heads that were on the runway were actually on the ornate podium lights that made up the center of the runway. Winter is generally has a more somber tone and that was felt here but a strong dash of flamboyance would've helped considerably. You know how the saying goes: "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" and Versace has been accused of being dull and we doubt that's the direction Donatella was aiming for.