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Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli’s show was a contrast to some of the lighter and brighter shows in Milan in terms of palette and mood.

The look Roberto Cavalli’s show was a contrast to some of the lighter and brighter shows in Milan in terms of palette and mood.

The designer played with bronze and gold tones and heavy embellishment on jackets and tops, while Cavalli’s signature leopard print was used on scarves and sheer maxi dresses.

Key pieces Layering was key as swathes of fabric made models look like opulent nomads. Waistcoats were worn over floral and animal-print maxi dresses and trousers were teamed with long-sleeved silk satin and embellished tops.

Fur and feathers were used all over jackets, while feathers were also sometimes hung around the neck.

Commercial appeal Gilded baroque blazers, fur and feather jackets along with sequin-encrusted tops with pronounced bust detail had the most commercial appeal.

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