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    ROBERTO CAVALLI MENSWEAR- Fall / Winter 2010 Milan Fashion Week


    Fashion Show Photos / Runway Collection

    Fall / Winter 2010-2011

    Milan Fashion Week

    “I wish I were younger and more handsome … creating this collection stimulated me and thrilled me … some pieces will be mine forever … personality doesn’t have an age ” –Roberto Cavalli

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    In their Words:

    ROBERTO CAVALLI MENSWEAR: A review and re-interpretation of the communicative codes adapted by the rebels of the last decades.

    Love and innovation: wear and create, expressing personality through fashion, which has always produced ideas and images in contrast to existing rules.

    Elements that over the decades have become the symbols and characteristics of youth rebellion are now used to create a sophisticated, refined, tailored Cavalli man.

    Jackets with emphasized shoulders and important volumes get narrow along the body line. Overcoats and cabans with big necks or hoods that open widely over the back and define relevant proportions on the upper body match with slim trousers, cut under the knee or long and slender.

    Victorian inspiration for batiste bibs and middle age accent for metal mash tank tops.

    Military elegance of high uniforms define dinner suits and jackets.

    Cavalli heritage style come to life again with camouflage / jaguar prints.

    Shiny tank tops bright in transparency underneath chunky perforated knits.

    Classic, masculine. Black, brown, blue, grey and camel are contrasted by flashes of red, blue and yellow.

    Sophisticated structured materials for coats in felt and double-face wool.

    Tartan wool or woven leather trousers, ton-sur-ton patchwork tuxedo jackets.

    Knitwear, in cashmere and cashmere-silk, with leather details.

    Shearling karakul and waxed suede used for coats and jackets.

    Photos, this page only, Roberto Cavalli

    Published on August 26, 2010

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