Roberto Cavalli Spring/Summer 2015–Designer Roberto Cavalli took fashion back to the 1970s for a rocking spring/summer 2015 collection. Inspired by the earlier music of Aerosmith, Cavalli got things off to a racy start, echoing the glamorous aesthetic of Miami Vice. Python prints and rich color hues dressed a brash wardrobe that left no essential untouched. From relaxed shirting and leather jackets to slim-cut pants, whether it was tropical in nature or electrifying in color, Cavalli made each piece a statement. In particular, leather was a standout for the collection with a luxe selection that included a bright green pair of pants.
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