The Roberto Cavalli ‘Psychotic Love’ fall 2020 accessories campaign is a satirical representation of a “of a strong and rebellious woman, on the verge of insanity”, captured by photographer Diego Diaz Marin with the guidance of creative director Rachele Cavalli. An extensive set of ads tells the story of a women who decides to change her life, with vivid representations of all the stages that lead to the decision.
Though the Roberto Cavalli ‘Psychotic Love’ campaign features many options from the upcoming Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 accessories collection, the campaign is focused around the Hera bag. According to the label, as the story progresses, the stunning redhead who represents the character decides to leave “everything behind, but her “Hera Bag””. Despite its clearly stated focus, the campaign brings a multitude of other ultra seductive accessories which seem destined to remain in the memory of the luxury label’s fans for months to come. Staying true to the bold approach focused heavily around luxe animal prints, the new campaign abounds in eye-candy, in all shapes and forms.
Sexiness is, as always is the key component of each of the Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 handbags, accessories and clothes. Bold tones, exotic skin textures, a great variety of interesting high impact motifs all manage to bring a dark yet incredibly seductive flair to the latest campaign. The new “Psychotic Love” ads by Roberto Cavalli unveil a modern approach to design with plenty of artistic touches thrown in. Fascination is a perfectly natural response, given the array of spectacular choices offered.
Aside from the fab fall 2020 Cavalli shoes, luxurious handbags and statement jewelry pieces included in the new Roberto Cavalli fall 2020 ‘Psychotic Love’ campaign brings some incredibly fashionable outfits which will prove as a spectacular source of inspiration for those who will be looking for glamorous ways to channel their inner vixen in the upcoming months.
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