Just Cavalli Spring/Summer 2009
The hottest fashion capital Milan is hosting its Fashion Week and the Just Cavalli show is something everyone talks about now.
The show was packed with fashionistas as it mix-matched colors, prints and fabrics introducing plenty of leopard prints, glowing colors and chiffon, bright lace and patterned silk.
The catwalk was in sand with an ocean background that shined throughout the show. But even in the desert, the designer’s party girls wear platform sandals, sequins, and big-time costume baubles.
Tight pink leopard-print pants were matched with ’80s inspired big baggy tops and rolled up sleeves. Other animal prints appeared in yellow, purple and actually matched well.
Cavalli told AP Entertainment:
You know its summer collection; color, color, femininity, sexy, sexual, beauty, positive, I tried to give all these ingredients to all the girls from all over the world.”
Roberto Cavalli also mentioned he is taking his collection to Dubai later this year where he plans to open a nightclub, which will also double up as a retail outlet for his accessories.
Silk and lace cocktail dresses with drop waists made models look like candys. But the big surprise was the outsized prints of Roberto himself and his wife Eva.
Wacky Cavalli called the show “Back to Nature.”
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