Spring-Summer 2015 - Stepping out to a disco beat the first model set the tone for the show with pieces that wouldnt look out of place at Studio 54. Flared trousers, floaty chiffon maxis with thigh high slits and slashed necklines nodded towards 70s glamour for sure. Sticking to the renowned Cavalli provocative style, there was also a more demure side to this collection. High necklines with pussy bow ties were mainstream throughout the show as were flares and dungarees. A geometric pattern throughout the line showcased the inspired era whilst the typical Roberto Cavalli animal print was accented here and there.
Hair and makeup.
Hair was pulled into a sleek side parting and tucked behind the ear whilst makeup was sculpted with a graphic lined eye. Models also sported star shaped eyewear in keeping with the disco reference.