“The world is changing and the woman is changing. […] Now, women are much more independent. So I decided to create a wardrobe for a woman and not design a woman”, said Fausto Puglisi, appointed last year creative director at Roberto Cavalli.
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This season’s one is no different and remains in line with Puglisi’s sentiments and vision for the Italian brand. His new Fall/Winter 2022 lineup featured Roberto Cavalli’s signature animal prints from head to toe with mismatched tartan oversized tailoring, mini kilts and animal print garter skirts that had a punk spirit. The collection also entailed moto jackets and its accompanying skirt pieces along with various (cut out) dress styles, and three-dimensional multicolored and striking gold floral details on some of the collection’s articles.
“I wanted this crazy, beautiful British feeling with the tartans, then leopard and cheetah, then knits with cage-like effects.… Erotica, for me, is like Coca-Cola, it’s always inspired me from Junya to Jean Paul Gaultier”, Puglisi said.
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