Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2016 Collection

It might be the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, but we are certainly enjoying looking into some of the latest releases in the pre-fall collections, including the darling of the fashion world, at least in our eyes, Roberto Cavalli. The Roberto Cavalli pre-fall 2016 collection is positively superb, with pieces that scream wealth and artistry, great senses of style and perfect quality, the fits exactly what we want. There are 40 pieces to the collection and each look is more spectacular than the last. After all, this is Cavalli we are speaking about and this is a House, which can beat most in terms of creativity and super design.

Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2016 Collection

One of the first looks to catch our eyes is the pair of high-waist denim pants with the glittery embossed patterning on the legs that looks downright gorgeous. Paired with a copper hued bomber jacket and sneakers, it is not a look we shall soon be forgetting. There are a lot of floral prints throughout this line-up. From long dresses to pretty scarves, along the sides of bell-end jeans and appearing all over, on blouses and skirts, and all, the floral looks appear. We get an eerie sense from a major part of the collection that almost appears as if it is bringing witches to town. Our very favorite? The suit with the rose themes pants and shirt, matched up with navy hued sneakers. Yeah, we are loving it.

Also have you seen a skirt with lace and firework prints? Yes, Peter Dundas has created something truly unique, within a collection that we would term extraordinary. There are lots of plunging necklines, colorful clothing, flared pants, sneakers, and even felt hats that grab at our attention. There are long cots in multiple colors, leather saddlebags and more, from lace-up pieces to so much more, we thank Dundas’ team for all they have done.

Against a beautiful backdrop of a princely home, the manner of detailing all too lovely, we look at 40 images with quite a bit more in designs for the pre-fall, filling up our proverbial glasses with all the sweetness the collection has to offer. We see white and we see black, we see green and blue and some purple too, with reds and earth tones dominating throughout. We notice lots of fur and quite a bit in golden threading that is used to embroider the most delicate of designs, the dresses being simple often enough, but with quite a punch to pack.

Add some moon shaped accessories to the mix and it is mystical fashion we are looking at here. Roberto Cavalli’s team thus presents a large line-up of some of the best looks of the label yet. We will definitely be picking up quite a few of these pieces, expecting them to last us the year at this point. Beauty shall not be sacrificed it seems, at least where Roberto Cavalli is concerned.

Photos courtesy of Vogue

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