Decadent glamour has defined Versace since the late Gianni Versace founded the iconic label in the go-go late 1970s. Infamous for its daring necklines, wild and colorful prints, body-baring separates, and sky-high hemlines, this Milan-based fashion house has developed a reputation for designing dresses that sear themselves into our collective memory. Who can forget Elizabeth Hurley's career-making safety-pin dress, or Jennifer Lopez's plunging green gown from the 2000 Grammy Awards? Under the direction of Donatella Versace, Gianni's fearlessly glam sister, Versace has augmented its sensational high-end womenswear collections with men's clothing, kids' couture, the successful diffusion lines Versus and Versace Jeans Couture, and a luxe line of shoes, handbags, and other accessories crafted from vibrantly colored leather. Watches, sunglasses, perfume, home décor, and hotels are some of the company's other successful projects, branded — as are all Versace creations — with the label's signature medusa-head medallion logo. Donatella has toned down things a bit in recent years, yet you can still find enough lace hot pants, midriff-baring tops, and leg-revealing skirts to fit your fancy.