When I first saw this show I didn’t like it, but after a few minutes I realized it is really beautiful. Roberto Cavalli has gone from over the top glam rock chick, to sexy, gypsy hippy girl. She looks relaxed, easy, and the clothing is effortless. I like it.
Roberto Cavalli's nouveau gypsy girl.
the mix of textures, the brocade pants, and the soft layering
the textiles patterns mixed together. The red brocade, and the animal print on the fur and legging look amazing.
this fantastic hippy dress.
Roberto Cavalli's use of animal prints. Amazing.
This Dolce & Gabbana collection was all about the classic pieces in which their brand is known for: leopard print dresses, sexy tailoring, and corsetry influences. I think it is a strong collection, and looks great on the catwalk, but I am a bit confused about the no-pants looks. Although the tailored jackets look fantastic, and there is no doubt this is a striking way to end a fashion show, I am not sure I really understand why they are all wearing panties and jackets. To me, this show is a blatant exhibition of clothing to be bought and worn: completely commercial, desirable Dolce & Gabbana, so why are the models bare bottomed?
the classic suit worn with a suggestive bustier.
everything about this dress: the striking red, the jeweled waist, the draping, and the lingerie straps. It is very Dolce & Gabbana and very Sicilian.
leopard print and lace. Those words spell Dolce & Gabbana.
the layering of the black lace over the sunshine yellow satin.
tailored suits made from knits.
tailored jackets worn without pants. But those cami-knickers do look beautiful.
dangerously short hemlines that look strange
a catwalk full of pantless women.