September 27, 2015
By Marius Brianski
Photos Courtesy of Roberto Cavalli
Lodz, Poland – Peter Dundas, the Norwegian designer know for having been artistic director at powerhouse fashion houses like Emanuel Ungaro and later with Emilio Pucci, made his much-anticipated debuted as the new designer at Italian fashion house, Roberto Cavalli.
The flamboyant and cool vibes are very present in the new Roberto Cavalli collection. The pass from the basics to the superbrand’s radical style. The sets are a little bit too much, wild with the print, color and textures combos. The idea of femininity is more fearless and influenced by rock’n’roll. Mixing clashing styles, day wear and evening wear there are no rules here.
Animal prints and decorative embroideries team up with structured, tailored garments. There is a touch of enchanting grace with dirty, over the top statements. The selection of fabrics is diverse with denim, leather, jersey, chain-mail, brocade, chiffon, knitwear, cotton, suede, tulle, taffetà and silk. One side is fluid and girly with boho skirts and dresses, the other structured with sharp mini dresses and blazers. An interesting point are the oversized, funky coats.
The color palette ranches from yellow, turquoise, blue, peach, nude, terracotta, pink, black and white. The accessories include wide belts, pointy boots and striking earrings.
The modern day girl will find many option for glamming up while going to the clubs.