Instead of sticking to a specific inspiration or theme, Just Cavalli’s design team approached the fall season with a clear intent: highlighting the key authentic codes of the brand. This was visually stressed in the collection with prints of bar codes incorporating a zebra pattern.
In keeping with the brand’s heritage, wild animal patterns were put front and center: in more subdued versions on tone-on-tone shirts, modern suits and and slipdresses enriched with contrasting lace inserts, as well as with a more eccentric look on body-hugging knitted frocks and second skin tulle tops.
While the collection interpreted the frisky and bold spirit of the brand with multicolor abstract patterns, as well as with tattoo-inspired motifs and gold tiger stripes enriching denim, a range of styles worked in neutral tones showed the more subdued, chicer face of Just Cavalli. In that lineup, which seemed more fitting to the current times, standouts included cozy mohair bouclé coats, as well as deconstructed suits rendered in both buttery hues and more rigorous black.