The rays of summer sunshine filter from the skies reaching the marine depths where light fades until disappearing, leaving in its place a new and diverse form of life, which is intense and astonishing. The Just Cavalli woman floats on the runway dressed in prints which evoke the magnificent colours of the Mediterranean water and vegetation; clothing characterized by young silhouettes and fluid lines.
Transparent chiffon sculpted with slits and prints to create the fluid motion of sea life alternated with knitwear and skinny pants which evoke the translucence of jellyfish; one of the most unique structures in nature.
Short dresses distinguished by fluid silhouettes are covered in sequins shaped by an oxyhydrogen flame and illuminated by a thousand colours and incredible nuances, in order to create a tri-dimensional effect which replicates the iridescent colours of sea urchins.
Bougainvillea flowers and blue majolica motifs decorate shirts, pants and gowns.
Refined shapes and colours which decorate the spotted seashells transform the iconic jaguar print, which has always characterized the Maison Cavalli, in an ingenious reproduction of enticing marine life.
Leather clothing decorated with ton-sur-ton studs and gowns encrusted with rhinestones portray these fabulous sea creatures which live with new and vibrant energy, in a palette of colours ranging from electric blue to acid green, from pink to fuchsia, from pale blue to royal blue with fluorescent touches.
Necklaces and bijoux inspired by the majolicas of the mysterious Atlantis, ankle boots and booties with fluorescent rubber heels like the unreachable creatures which live in the depths of the sea.
Marine inspiration influences the men’s collection as well; where the predominant colours are blue and white.
The jackets are made of transparent organza which unveils the sartorial structure, to be combined with active bermuda shorts or smoking pyjamas with contrasting prints.
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