Donatella Versace is the chief fashion designer and Vice President of the Versace Group , a position which she took over after the death of her brother, Gianni Versace, who founded the fashion house.
Ever since then the appearance of the eccentric Italian fashion designer has undergone some drastic transformations as a result of going overboard with plastic surgery.
Donatella Versace is now a living example of plastic surgery disaster, it could be said that she looks like she is a caricature of the real Donatella Versace. Even her platinum blonde hair and her tan look clearly artificial now.
Although Hollywood celebrities usually tend to undergo rhinoplasty surgery to get their nose slimmed down, Donatella’s has grown in size over the years. She actually has a flat and wide nose that is a bit crooked, which likely a result of a nose job gone wrong.
Additionally, even Donatella’s lips are extremely large, so much so that they make her look as if she has a permanent duck face or Glasgow smile.
Although Donatella’s lips had always been big, her upper lip was never this oversized, which is sign of collagen overuse. Also, when taking a look at her face, we can observe clear sings of a facelift that like pretty much everything else, had gone horribly wrong.
Donatella has probably undergone a facelift too considering that her skin is very firm, even though she is in her fifties. She probably also makes her wrinkles vanish by getting Botox or some other dermal filler injected into her face. Unlike her face, the rest of her body has loose skin.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon, describes Donatella’s likely rhinoplasty as “over-aggressive.”
He is certain that she has undergone a facelift and he points that an “aggressive eyelid surgery” is the reason why the area around her eyes is so hollow. He also cites an injectable filler as the cause of her “over-inflated” lips.
Much like her face, Donatella Versace’s body is evidence that the fashion icon has become a parody of herself due to one plastic surgery disaster after another.