Roberto Cavalli has been showing off his younger Just Cavalli collection in Milan.
The Italian designer opted for noisy prints – an explosion of florals, tartans and animal spots in psychedelic colors. Fabrics were often loose and flowing with sequined embroidery. Dresses were skimpy, and loose skirts were cut at the side.
The message was: remain carefree and show some skin, but with grace. There were bra tops, cropped tops and biker jackets, combined with micro-shorts, miniskirts or elegant flowing trousers.
Jewelry was transparent plexi-glass in fluorescent colors and geometric shapes.
The Blugirl collection was decidedly delicate and floral.
Designer Anna Molinari said she was inspired by the innate elegance of Julie Christie in the film “Darling”, defining a style where delicate femininity and charm combined.
Many dresses were short and sleeveless. The cuts varied between a mini dress, to knee-skimming volumes. The colour palette mixed classic white and pastels with notes of lime yellow, aquamarine and champagne with animal prints.
The florals were graphic, in the all-over prints of colored roses on cotton or in raised sequin embroidery on long evening dresses.
Accessories including handbags and shoes all had matching floral notes.