When it comes to creativity, fashion designers never cease to amaze and one of the designers that constantly surprises with his innovative fierce and fabulous creations is Roberto Cavalli. Putting on full display the result of the Italian designer’s love for prints, the new Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2013 collection comes witch an intricate display of colorful prints that dominated the somewhat shy-on-sexy cut and designs.
Models appear all covered up to the neck in the latest creations signed Roberto Cavalli only to emphasize the fact that one can achieve an iconic look without revealing cuts that aim to steal attention by showing off the skin. The mix of luxurious fabrics displaying bold prints, cut after vintage inspired patterns made the collection a true delight to watch from start to finish although for some the juxtaposition brought by these clashing elements could be perceived as overwhelming! However, this is only yet another example of the love Roberto Cavalli bares for eye catching motifs we’ve previously seen in the Cavalli spring/summer 2013 campaign, and the heavy dose of animal and baroque prints should not be surprising for the brand’s fans!
Among the stylish body conscious midis, pencil skirts, flare skirts and maxi gowns, the Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2013 collection also features masculine-inspired elements such as pant-suits and vests, elements that helped balance the somewhat boldly printed collection. Obviously, the need for glamor is high, so to quench fashionista’s thirst for glam, Roberto Cavalli opted for fur and faux-fur coats as well as tweed-print silk fabrics and the result: a diva-worthy look that cannot but steal the spotlight!
The Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2013 designs are displayed in a not-so-diverse color palette in which achromatic shades dominated. Rich busts of color were introduced in the form of artistic prints, with red, orange, yellow and blue. Take a peat at Roberto Cavalli’s pre-fall 2013 collection and see if you can resist the hypnotic display of uber-sophisticated prints featured on simple, almost somber-looking cuts!
Photos via vogue.com