The Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2020 collection was created for the proud, elegant, sensual, daring, charismatic woman according to the Italian designer who confessed that the new line was an opportunity to experiment with new prints, colors and textures. “In this collection I was carried away towards experimentation… thanks to the new scanners, printers and computers in an analog/digital mix my imagination is able to realize new realms of colours and forms… creating becomes an infinite process… as infinite as the world around us…”, said the designer.
Indeed, the Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2020 collection is once again a convincing proof that the Italian designer is a veritable prints master. When it came to prints, the fashion house has always favored the ‘more is more’ philosophy and the new creations are no exception. In addition to feral cats-inspired prints, the label has also explored dragon motifs and psychedelic floral motifs, mixing them liberally in a multitude of thought provoking ensembles. To amp up the opulent allure of the new creations, the designer worked with French brocades, alpaca jacquards and fur accents.
The Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2020 collection places a heavy emphasis on femininity. Though the new looks the label brings forward have an undeniable sultry allure, it seems like the brand favors a much looser, more forgiving silhouette compared to other seasons, which is definitely a good news for those who are on the lookout for more demure pieces that still carry a lot of statement making potential.
Though each piece from the new Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2020 collection carries a remarkable number of visual accents that makes everyone want to take a closer look, the combos brought into the spotlight are surprisingly simple and intuitive as far as proportions and color combinations are concerned. The new line also brings into the spotlight some of the opulent accessories the label will have in stores in the upcoming months.
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