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Roberto Cavalli Resort 2012 Collection

Roberto Cavalli is one of the famous fashion designers, who never acknowledges the minimalistic approach to life and is always bold enough to show off his extraordinary fantasy through gorgeous, attention-grabbing pieces. It seems that he doesn’t even want to try designing more modest collections, this way adopting his own unique signature that will scream the name of the brand from afar. Every single collection is full of the iconic free-spirit mood, extravagancy, a loud and colorful bohemian character.

The Roberto Cavalli Resort 2012 collection is something worth taking a look at. Drawing inspiration from the hippie culture of the 1960s, Cavalli’s Resort 2012 collection is characterized by a relaxed and chilled vibe, neon palettes and maximum printful romance. Playful florals, African tribal artwork, fluorescent colors, whipstitching, fraying, patchwork and embroidery will set you on a fantasy journey through the most unimaginable and modernized world of fashion. Fun and lighthearted, this lookbook may seem too loud for some fashionizers, but is just great for those wanting to make a real statement and become a unique trendsetter.

The lookbook is full of feminine, silhouette-friendly pieces and extraordinary items, such as the tuxedo jackets and cigarette pants. You can’t find any bell-bottom pants or wide-sleeve shirts in this exceptional lookbook. Instead, it’s a great cavalcade of sixties-inspired draped and pleated minidresses drenched in colorful floral prints, sleeveless jumpsuits, rock&roll style all black sequined pieces with the python skin prints, one-shoulder dresses, free flowing maxis that will be great festival outfits, bead necklaces, head scarves and much more. All the items contain a certain amount of sophistication and retro vibe.
Full of flawless draping, pleating and wrapping, the Roberto Cavalli Resort 2012 lookbook is a real example of an abstract art, a picture of an artist, who has transferred all his emotions and mood to a piece of canvas.

Photo courtesy of Roberto Cavalli