Roberto Cavalli- Spring Summer Women Collection 2013 in Milan (itw)

Liz Hurley sitting in the front row, seemed overwhelmed by the Robert Cavalli fashion show and his latest delicate and feminine collection, highlighting the body. The perforated leather resembles lace with cutouts forming arabesques details or graphic motifs on tapered trousers. Animal prints are of course present on outfits made of chiffon in shades of lime green, melon and off white, bringing softness to this wardrobe dominated by black and white. These two colors are found on the evening gowns,encrusted with sequins and made sexy by large slits. The Italian designer knows how to mix romance and Italian glamour while inspired by Art Nouveau in this spring/summer 2013 collection.

Music from fashion show

Interview Roberto Cavalli:Art, fashion and music: everything is connected. I almost don't want to talk about this collection because it's almost like discovering a dream. I found the idea in Art Nouveau and its architectural graphism, which I mixed with animal prints. I think of a modern solution about talking about art. I must say that I breathe art since I was born, because I was born in Florence.

Many prints but at the same time there are many highly refined embroideries, for long dresses, under long dresses with lots of white, off white and very refined colours like apricot, lime greem and turquoise.

I travel a lot with my camera around the world and because I love life, I love the colors that are around me.

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