Sep 14, 2017 | By Sarah Owen
Roberto Cavalli marches to the beat of his own drum, often presenting a mismatched array of color and pattern. For F/W10, the Italian opulence for which he is known was married to a British punk tradition. Classic buffalo checks were used for all classifications and were typically styled with contrasting elements like a regimental striped blazer or snug Prince-of-Wales plaid pants. The velvet tuxedo jackets that hinted at a bit of “normalcy” were subverted when worn with shredded jeans, a reminder that Cavalli’s world is always full of individuality and expression.
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