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Roberto Cavalli unveils Target Australia collection
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Nov '12
Roberto Cavalli personally launched his signature Designer for Target collection in Sydney. This was his first official visit to Australia.

“I'm excited to bring the joyful and positive spirit of my work to a new audience ... I am also extremely delighted to be able to personally come to Australia and experience this incredible launch … When I set out to design this collection I had a wonderful party in mind with all women dressed glamorously and sensually. Of course there will be lots of prints as they are a part of my DNA ... My inspiration for prints and for clothes always comes from the wonders of nature ... fantasy, colour and fun!” said Roberto Cavalli
 
Roberto Cavalli unveiled the stunning 42 piece capsule Roberto Cavalli for Target collection in the Target Bondi Junction store.
 
The capsule collection captures Roberto Cavalli’s iconic style with animal prints and beautiful embellishments. The collection showcases a variety of styles including casual day wear, glamorous party pieces, footwear and furthermore it is the first international ‘Designers for Target’ collection to feature swimwear.
 
The glamorous advertising campaign, shot by leading fashion photographer Giampaolo Sgura features supermodel, Karolina Kurkova. 

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