Roberto Cavalli took guests at his catwalk show on a long journey around the globe, wrapping his models in bright textiles and patchworks from different countries and showcasing hippy-meets-native-American.
Roberto Cavalli has unleashed its FW16/17 advertising campaign, titled ‘Divine Decadence' and starring models Adwoa Aboah, Odette Pavlova, Marjan Jonkman, Lia Pavlova, Erik van Gils, Logan Flatte and Benji Staker.
Prestigious Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli is back online with a completely renewed website. It has also launched its new omnichannel and mobile friendly e-commerce, the brand said in a press release.
Six days of catwalk shows began in Milan on Wednesday with Italian luxury brands Gucci, Fay and Roberto Cavalli among the first to show the creations their designers hope will fill women's wardrobes next winter.
Milan Fashion Week, 15 to 19 January, promises a fine schedule despite a few withdrawals, with the return of Roberto Cavalli and Ports 1961, among others, and newcomers like Pal Zileri, Lucio Vanotti and Helen Anthony.
Roberto Cavalli's first menswear collection designed by Peter Dundas will open the show at Milano Moda Uomo on 15th January. Among the 39 shows to follow will be the first-ever by Pal Zileri and Helen Anthony.
The Tuscan brand, which was acquired by Italian investment fund Clessidra, recorded €5.9 million in losses as of 30th June 2015, and is expected to remain in the red until 2020, according to Milan daily MF Fashion.