Cavalli’s Burning Spring – Following up the mainline photos, Just Cavalli’s spring-summer 2014 campaign has been released. Giampaolo Sgura captures models Emily DiDonato and Samantha Gradoville posing against a backdrop of fire and smoke, playing off the phrase “burning love”. Male models Adrian Cardoso and Mariano Ontanon join the mix wearing Cavalli’s signature prints, denim looks and sporty details styled by Veronique Didry.
Just Cavalli’s Colorful Spring – Just Cavalli fully embraces color and print for its spring 2014 collection shown during the second day of Milan Fashion Week. While past collections focused on animal motifs, the new season is all about botanical prints you would find in the tropics and plaids you would find in the post-Grunge era in neon-hued colors like sapphire blue, emerald-green and bold yellow. The silhouette is very body conscious with pants that look like a second skin and skirts that end barely at the thigh. Crop tops and cut out dresses which bare a lot of skin also make an appearance in Cavalli’s playful designs.
A Call to Action – Just Cavalli’s fall 2013 campaign highlights individuality with a series of fashion images set at a peaceful protest. Models Karlina Caune, Julia Frauche, Manon Leloup, Dominik Bauer, Rodolfo Zanforlini and Ben Hunter star in colorful images lensed by Giampaolo Sgura. The images were photographed on location in Barcelona, Spain, highlighting the freedom and energy of the autumn collection featuring vibrant hues and luxe layers.
Ibiza Glamour – Photographed on the island of Ibiza, models Aline Weber, Ginta Lapina and Emily DiDonato soak up the sun and sights in Just Cavalli’s spring 2013 campaign. With art direction by Marco Braga, Giampaolo Sgura captures the trio alongside male models Chris Bunn, Chris Petersen and Thomas Guarracino in colorful images featuring the neon-hued designs of season.
Glam Rock – Just Cavalli taps Aline Weber, Simone Nobili, Kendra Spears, Josh Beech, Alexandre Cunha and Hailey Clauson for its fall 2012 campaign. Photographed by Giampaolo Sgura, the group of models take on a rock and roll lifestyle as they hang out in a graffitied den in wild prints and dark makeup.
Just Cavalli’s Wild Fall – Roberto Cavalli’s offshoot line, Just Cavalli, debuted its fall 2012 collection on Friday–featuring all its usual trappings such as animal prints, youthful shapes and lively styling. Form-fitting pants and paillette embellished dresses set the tone for the new season as models hit the catwalk in long sleeves but short hemlines. Metallic accents came in the form of sparkling stilettos or skin-tight leggings. For autumn, the Just Cavalli girl stands out from the crowd with her fearless, bohemian luxe ensembles.
Just Party – Just Cavalli enlists Terry Richardson for its spring 2012 campaign which stars Jac Jagaciak, Lindsey Wixson and Ruby Aldridge alongside male models Josh Beech and Benjamin Eidem. Wearing Cavalli’s signature prints and denim, the group lives a rock and roll lifestyle complete with tattoos, sunglasses and glittering accessories.
Wander Lust – Mona Johannesson hits the city streets in Just Cavalli’s resort 2012 collection for the November edition of Marie Claire US. Photographed by Cameron Krone with styling by Zanna Roberts Rassi, Mona takes on Cavalli’s wild prints and relaxed jackets with a casual attitude.
Just Sexy – Aymeline Valade nabs another campaign for the fall 2011 season with Just Cavalli’s smoldering advertisements photographed by Mert & Marcus. Sporting denim and chic eyewear styled by Panos Yiapanis, Aymeline wows with male model Stelios Niakaris in the four image campaign.
Mid-drifts and ruffles reigned supreme for Just Cavalli’s fall 2011 collection. Taking on denim, lace and bohemian prints, the show layered fur coats with frilly dresses–also mixing solids with prints. Accessories included large butterfly pins, animal print clutches and platform shoes.