The collection was tuned very much to the bold — and at times, outré — taste of the Roberto Cavalli man. There were jacquard effects on leather pants and metallic embellishments on quilted sweaters. Silk shirts came with matching scarves, or ties fastened around the waist, giving the looks a mildly rebel flair.

As for prints, they moved between animal patterns and graffiti, in line with the show’s street-art inspired set, where models meandered between large industrial frames and graffiti-painted boxes.

The collection was tuned very much to the bold — and at times, outré — taste of the Roberto Cavalli man. There were jacquard effects on leather pants and metallic embellishments on quilted sweaters. Silk shirts came with matching scarves, or ties fastened around the waist, giving the looks a mildly rebel flair.


As for prints, they moved between animal patterns and graffiti, in line with the show’s street-art inspired set, where models meandered between large industrial frames and graffiti-painted boxes.

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