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Mood board: Roberto Cavalli turned the dial down on his usual still-steaming sexpots, but his women still had plenty of heat to offer. Animal prints roared with a new kind of covered-up sophistication, while even the evening gowns were all class.Best in show: Covering up his models’ skin meant that Cavalli explored new hem lengths besides his usual itty-bitty skirts or sweeping gypsy gowns. Our favourites were the new three quarter length slim skirts, like a dark denim one with dramatic slide slits worn with a romantic poet’s blouse and a cropped jacquard jacket jingling with gold charms along its trim.Finishing touches: There was still plenty of flash on oversized belts with honking hardware and on boots with plexiglass block heels cut with graphic brass lines.Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
Milan Womenswear A/W 2015 Shows
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