Show Review: Roberto Cavalli SS15

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Roberto Cavalli‘s SS 15 show was highly inspired by Miami. He recently opened a restaurant there. His men collection featured a lot of palm trees, peachy jacquards, sheer shirts, and bird of paradise prints. Cavalli‘s own 1970 Ferrari Daytona was parked on the runway with a makeshift ‘LOVE‘ number plate, in front of neon scaffolding resembling the nightlife in Miami.
“It’s my baby, my baby,” Cavalli said about his car, explaining that this season was also inspired by his love for photography. “I travel a lot and I always get inspiration from my photos. When I look at them, I see beautiful palms, a beautiful red sky, a beautiful white car and I say, my God, this is it,” he said of the Miami travels and memories that had sparked SS15.

Cavalli definitely closed out Milan Fashion Week with a bang. See the images below; full images and recap is available at Style.com

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