After linking up with Sean “Diddy” Combs last month, esteemed fashion designer Donatella Versace invites Vogue into her beautiful Milan apartment (previously owned by her brother, the late Gianni Versace), to partake in the publication’s infamous 73 questions segment.

Showcasing her sense of aesthetic to perfection as she takes us through the lavish rooms of her family's home that is defined by colorful marble flooring, opulent gold furnishings, ornate accessories and more -- the 62-year-old gives the public a chance to really get to know herself through the variety of quick-fire questions, which ranges from the legacy of her brother Gianni Versace, the future of fashion, and the most common misconceptions about her.

Enjoy the video above and in case you missed it, Donatella Versace, Rihanna and Amal Clooney will host the 2018 Met Gala.

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