More and more the need arises for fashion that can meet the demands of our increasingly busy lives. Just Cavalli’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection fast-tracks the world of luxury and style straight to the finish line, with slick, effortless pieces that are topped with glamorous fur and feather coats and decorative graphic prints. When in search of ease and opulence, turn to Just Cavalli.
The more youthful sister line by Roberto Cavalli maintains its twee attitude with plenty of miniskirt and minidress action, but the designer has a few tricks up his sleeve this season. Although the racy output is classic Cavalli, the muted palette of mustard, mauve, and mahogany broadcasts a 70s signal, and there are also plenty of elongated, elegant dresses to round out the offerings. In effect, the brand seizes on the 1870s/1970s fashion zeitgeist, adjusting the proportions for the modern wardrobe. Looks are minimal at first, with velvety dresses and sleeveless shifts topped with Cuban collars. Soon we are introduced to voluminous marabou tops and miniskirts, as well as an array of minis covered in printed geometry or done in glossy leather. Cavalli also introduces a cool tesseracted print, which pops up on separates and single pieces, and lovely florals which are shown on Victorian-style dresses. Looks take a turn for the glamorous, with jade fur coats, feathery ski vests, studded gold jackets, and an iconic abstracted animal print for ruffly shirts and lean trousers. Models were styled to look like they’ve just raced in for the show on a windy day, adding a surplus of high-speed attitude to Cavalli’s quick-moving, effortless clothes.
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