Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2016
January 26, 2016 - fall Denim
For his initial Roberto Cavalli pre-fall collection, Peter Dundas grown a clever lineup infused with a clarity of playful, free-spirited luxury.
Peter Dundas’ pre-fall collection for Roberto Cavalli was a noted alleviation over his entrance as artistic executive during a tag for spring. Without abandoning Cavalli’s voluptuous signatures, Dundas toned down a come-hither inlet of a collection in preference of a some-more youthful, ungodly mood dictated to attract a new era of customer. He did so with a clarity of humor, selecting a playground thesis as a lineup’s pushing motif, an mocking nonetheless carefree anxiety to a violent year a association experienced.
A changed intarsia decorating a behind of a leather perfecto coupler distinguished a theme, along with a witty settlement of playground posters worked in a cleared palette on a stormy slipdress and a silk pajama suit. Bohemian dresses plucked from Cavalli’s classical wording came in a striking star and multicolor fireworks patterns, while tailored blazers were interconnected with infrequent denim pants. Enhancing a loose mood, many looks were finished with sporty leather high-tops.
As he did for a men’s collection, Dundas showed in Milan progressing this month, lush exotics, such as furs and snakeskins, were used for outerwear infused with a Seventies’ vibe. Of course, it wouldn’t be Cavalli but animalia: a leopard-printed velvet fit and leopard-patterned clear and sequin embroideries on maxi tank dresses.