Fashion Editorial

MFW | Roberto Cavalli Fall 2015 RTW Runway

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Cavalli opened proceedings with a racy animal-print minidress under a trim, fur-collared coat left open to expose those obligatory toned gams. Then came sexy sailor pants, checkered furs and pleated gowns slashed and then gathered like curtains, creating diamond-shaped cutouts at the midriff. Ruffled maxidresses and patchwork croc-pocket jeans ticked off the Seventies trend. Cheongsam necklines, spiky “pagoda” buttons and Ming vase and screen patterns were among the signposts of Cavalli’s new “China Girl,” as his press notes anointed her.

When the finale came, the diverse and intricate details came to the fore. So did the impressive ways the designer incorporated shine and texture into each and every exit, knowing his clients are largely looking to stand out, not bundle up in a parka.

Cavalli opened proceedings with a racy animal-print minidress under a trim, fur-collared coat left open to expose those obligatory toned gams. Then came sexy sailor pants, checkered furs and pleated gowns slashed and then gathered like curtains, creating diamond-shaped cutouts at the midriff. Ruffled maxidresses and patchwork croc-pocket jeans ticked off the Seventies trend. Cheongsam necklines, spiky “pagoda” buttons and Ming vase and screen patterns were among the signposts of Cavalli’s new “China Girl,” as his press notes anointed her.

When the finale came, the diverse and intricate details came to the fore. So did the impressive ways the designer incorporated shine and texture into each and every exit, knowing his clients are largely looking to stand out, not bundle up in a parka.

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