Roberto Cavalli Spring 2013

Roberto Cavalli may have toned down the animal prints for Spring 2013, but he didn’t tone down the sex appeal of this collection.

Blonde models were given the white or pastel shades, whilst the dark-haired models stormed the runway wearing black, edgier pieces.

The presentation kick-started with white fine embroidered or sharp laser-cut pieces which I can see on Kate Moss.

Cavalli presented a lust-worthy collection of sharp blazers, camisole tops, blouses, shredded leather pants, handkerchief dresses, tunic dresses, skirts which two slits and sheer trousers.

For those who wanted something more flamboyant, Cavalli mixed in his signature scarf prints on lighter-than-air chiffon dresses and blouses.

Celebs will be clamouring for the gowns which featured backless embellishments, cut-out, thigh-high slits and plunging necklines (not necessarily all in the one gown) which have BDOTW potential.

Models sported just-got-out-of-bed tousled hair and dark, smoky eyes.

Key accessories included gold-chain-accented shoulder bags and a selection of sexy sandals.

Front Row: Elizabeth Hurley with her partner Shane Warne, Leona Lewis, Valeria Mazza, Teresa Baca, Nieves Alvarez, Eugenia Silva and Nadege

Favourites: Nude laser-cut gown and lace-accented camisole-printed top with silk peach-coloured wide-legged pants

Who I Can See Wearing This Collection: Naomi Campbell, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Kate Moss, Nieves Alvarez and Kylie Minogue


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Jessica Stam In Dsquared² – amfAR Benefit Gala 2012

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One Response to Roberto Cavalli Spring 2013

  1. gabis September 27, 2012 at 12:59 #

    The white dress on the right looks dangerously close to the Temperley London gown Ashlee Simpson wore at the HBO’s 2012 Post Emmy Awards.

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