Milan Catwalk Fashion show fw2010: Roberto Cavalli
The Roberto Cavalli fashion show was a mix of several themes. There were military influences and Victorian details. Yet the show was also very Cavalli due to the use of jaguar prints.
One piece of clothing really stood out: tartan trousers, cut just under the knee. Those trousers came by in a few variations matched with large coats, metal mash tank tops or velour’s jackets. One metallic top had such a detailed pattern that the material resembled lace fabric.
Roberto Cavalli accentuated the men’s body in the right way with this collection; small at the bottom and wide at the top. So his trousers were tight and his big jackets had emphasized shoulders and XL collars with often, not one but two, fur layers.
The models wore shiny shoes in different shades. Their feminine metal belts had all sorts of frills and therefore were real showpieces.
The use of military as a theme may not have been quite renewing. Yet overall the Cavalli collection was creative and sophisticated.