Roberto Cavalli - Milan Spring-Summer 2012 - Details

the Florentine designer dresses the woman in gold and black lace and highlights her femininity with plays on transparency. It opens with a series of suits and dresses, entirely in gold, with flouncy hems thanks to embroidered pleats in different fantasy printed fabrics. Within the collection, the perfect tailoring of the coats and the baroque richness of the prints or the preciseness of the embroidery come to a meeting point. The contaminations continue with semi-transparent lace combined with printed muslin bands in long dresses. And it finishes with a series of long lace dresses that are completely embroidered in pearls and sequins

knee-length and maxi

black, gold, cream, pink, yellow, orange

silk, printed chiffon, tulle, lace, leather, silk muslin, python, crocodile

linear silhouettes that follow the body without emphasizing it are often dynamic at the bottom thanks to pleated and embroidered folds or the cut on the bias. Both the jackets and the long blazers that reach the hips have pronounced shoulders. The tunic dress is amplified with a Charleston effect. Fitted or straight trousers with side stripes


new square-shaped Florence bags in crocodile, nude and black, with double handles and gold-plated metal locks; patent leather pumps with sculptured heels or wedges; crocodile pumps or those covered by reptile netting; little strass crowns

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