Roberto Cavalli Fall 2020 Collection Milan Fashion Week
The new Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 collection felt surprisingly spectacular even without the signature wild prints which have been the trusted staple so far. The line featured a multitude of dark and sexy looks which exuded femininity and sophistication. The looks still carried the seductive vibes usually associated with the brand’s designs but in a more subdued manner which put the amazing craftsmanship in the spotlight. The Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 collection was inspired by the artwork of designers like Caravaggio and Rubens.
Baroque inspiration, romantic vibes, luxurious touches blended beautifully throughout the line in a multitude of modern outfits. Dresses were the most spectacular alternatives from the newest Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 collection. The new collection was meant to exude “a captivating and sensual armor effect” which definitely helps explain the multitude of fab accents which intrigued at the newest presentation. Prints-wise, the options ranged from abstract and elaborate to subdued yet exciting with a floral touch being beautifully included in the new season alternatives.
Aside from the multitude of amazing gowns that stole the spotlight, there were plenty of eye-catching elements that put an even more refined touch on the new looks. The jewelry choices showed a clear preference for the same type of dramatic yet classy vibe that dominated the rest of the looks. Necklaces weren’t used a strong focal point in and of themselves, but as a way to add a sophisticated vibe to the new season looks without being over the top.
The Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 collection also confirms the essential role fur is going to play in the fall 2020 trends. Few accents have the opulent allure that fur trims have, which means that the new season will be marked by a multitude of fab alternatives which all revolve around well established motifs and a dramatic chromatic palette which carries a sense of drama and edginess that is immediately noticeable.
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