Roberto Cavalli presents its spanking-new spring/summer campaign introduced by gorgeous model Iselin Steiro, who manages to convey all the good sides and attractiveness of the pieces and their stylish aspects to the full. The effective shots of the Roberto Cavalli spring/summer 2014 campaign were captured by fashion photographer David Sims, who also did his best to demonstrate how well they suit for a diversity of occasions and styles. The styling of the pieces into creative and good-looking combos has been done by Marie Chaix, while the beautiful hairstyle was made by Paul Hanlon and makeup came to accomplish the looks even better reaching a perfection due to the professionalism of Linda Cantello.
The Roberto Cavalli spring/summer 2014 campaign starts with some glitter for traditional Cavalli pieces, being a chic dress, with scrupulously carried out silver garments, some ruffles, shiny details, and a chic clutch, followed with another stylish and glittery combo made of a top, reptile-skin resembling patterns, and a cool jacket, again finished off with an elegant clutch. The brand’s iconic animal print hints go on further, too, being put as leopard prints for the next combination, one of the components of which is the super cool and relaxed top with slightly cuffed sleeves (Learn How to Wear Animal Prints).
The array later expands to a duo of a navy blue clutch and a cream medium sized handbag with golden elements like chains matching them. The Roberto Cavalli spring/summer 2014 collection is also cool for the beadwork used for creating nice design patterns on a white background.
Talking about the most sensual and alluring pieces, we can’t but note the uber-dumbfounding top with relaxed pants, where the most incredible and striking cutouts have been used for creating the cool shape of that beadwork-adorned piece. Without any doubt, this collection is certainly going to be included in the top parts of the wishlists for the coming season, and consequently form an essential part of your wardrobes.
Photos courtesy of Roberto Cavalli