Roberto Cavalli Resort 2020 Campaign
We can always count on Roberto Cavalli to take us through another style dimension and makes us forget the winter chills and instantly create a strong desire to rock some of the hottest ensembles shown regardless of the season. If the Roberto Cavalli resort 2020 collection managed to give us an idea of the current trends endorsed, the new campaign highlights the true style potential of the creations shown. The added sexy vibe is more obvious than ever and Anne Vyalitsyna and Karolina Kurkova prove the perfect choices for bringing out the label’s spirit in its entirety.
It wouldn’t feel like Cavalli if there wasn’t a wide array of intricate prints to choose from and the label sure knows how to play on its strengths and keep its fans pleased yet yearning for more at the same time. Aside from the iconic animal prints that the label has become so well known for, the label now tackles a more abstract perspective that falls right in line with the fabulous new style direction most major style influencers are headed to.
Gorgeous maxi dresses are the unquestionable stars of the collection since they capture the most seductiveness and femininity. The Cavalli woman is bold and fully aware of its potential to impress and intrigue, so the outfits fully reflect this daring allure. Despite the many colorful touches that the label courageously puts in the spotlight, monochrome pieces are also included in the new campaign as a great alternative that ultimately appeals to those who value subtlety when showing off their best features.
Despite the strong focus on boldness outfit-wise, the label doesn’t underestimate the power of accessories when it comes to creating the gorgeous look all women crave. Golden bangles, funky collars, fun clutches, sexy peep toe boots along with spectacular sunglasses are some of the best options to perk up a similar conspicuously fabulous outfit choice and achieve incredibly magnetic vibes the label manages to incorporate into its looks each and every season.
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