Roberto Cavalli Spring 2015: The Great Escape

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 20, 2014


Roberto Cavalli Spring 2015–Inspired by the carefree spirit of summertime, Roberto Cavalli presented a vibrant and colorful spring-summer 2015 collection at Milan Fashion Week earlier today. The Italian designer had his penchant for kaleidoscopic prints fully on display with an outing of bold stripes, animal spots, florals and abstract shapes decorated across long maxi gowns and flirty, ruffled skirts. Denim was also featured on the catwalk, frayed and distressed —a contrast to the Cavalli woman’s silky blouses with embroidered details. A dress worn by Binx Walton, adorned with feathers and glittering details, brought a high-octane moment to the runway.

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