The Just Cavalli girl never stops, she just pauses – perhaps to take a selfie at the marina in Ibiza, or at a rooftop party in New York City. The life of the consummate party girl/jet-setting socialite requires the type of wardrobe that maintains three tenets: It must be 1) breezy and relaxed, 2) simple from afar, but representative of expert construction up close, and 3) glamorous on any continent. Just Cavalli’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection ticks all the right boxes for youth of leisure.
Extrapolating from a lithe, 1970s silhouette, Roberto Cavalli makes his mark on Milan Fashion Week with gorgeous mixed prints in graphic shades of jade, lavender, cherry red, cream, baby blue, and black. 1970s secretarial blouses were referenced in Just Cavalli’s sheer tops affixed with pussy bows and sash-like scarves, which he paired with low-slung trousers either printed or embroidered along the outside seam. Cavalli demonstrated a really great eye for detailed construction, with close-up looks at his work revealing sparkling beading that mimicked mesh netting, layered vests stitched onto bodices, miniature ruffled layers stacked onto shifts, and leather-and-lamé designs etched into knit vests, surrounded by studs. Breezy, masterfully constructed and glamorous looks were so plentiful on the Just Cavalli runway that his fans will have more than enough options to supplement their fast-paced lifestyles this spring.
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