2016 Resort

Roberto Cavalli

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Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016

Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016

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  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
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  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
  • Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016
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Roberto Cavalli Resort 2016

The Roberto Cavalli design team took inspiration from nature for resort, detailing everything from casual denim to silk chiffon with bird and leaf motifs.

The natural world served as inspiration for the Roberto Cavalli resort collection, which was designed by the label’s creative team. New creative director Peter Dundas will show his first lineup for the brand in September. Colorful birds and leaves were printed on a sleek tuxedo as well as on a silk blouse — its delicate, feminine attitude contrasting with bold laser-cut gold leather pants embellished with fringes.

 

The same decorative elements appeared embroidered on denim pieces, such as cropped and slightly flared jeans detailed with real feathers and an indigo shirt with a Western feel. The collection was also filled with the brand’s signature maxidresses, which included macramé column styles, oversize A-line designs and sexier see-through silk chiffon options.

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