Roberto Cavalli Catwalk Fashion Show Milan FW2019

February 23, 2019 by  
Filed under Fashion, Milan

They were meant to resemble animal prints, yet the show’s opening look (and many more to come) looked more like a kaleidoscopic pattern. Paul Surridge alternated those printed looks with bold colored pieces like a structured yellow dress, a turquoise colored suit (menswear) and a deep pink pleated skirt. Pants were high waisted, skirts and dresses had a midi length. And the prints slowly turned from bright colored and kaleidoscopic to earthy toned and sequined. As far as the menswear part of the collection was concerned things were smooth and perfectly tailored. On the womenswear part the collection lacked a bit of Cavalli’s seductive signature. The looks didn’t necessarily breath the Cavalli sex appeal (although Bella looked stunning in a body tight all black look, yet his could have been a look from any given designer). Surridge has been with the label for almost two years now, yet we’re not sure what direction he’s going with Cavalli just yet.