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Roberto Cavalli Spring 2013

Just Cavalli Spring/Summer 2013: Designer at Work Roberto Cavalli | Milan Fashion Week MILAN - Roberto Cavalli tells FashionTV he likes the collection he did for Spring/Summer 2013, which he says is ironic because he is never satisfied with his own collections. The collection is full of colors and Mediterranean style prints. "I wanted to show 50 mermaids. That's exactly what you have to see today. You have to tell me after if I gave you this kind of feeling," he tells F
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'The immense secrets of the Cosmos are enclosed within the smallest wonders of Nature. Micro worlds, invisible to our eyes, conceal beauty, perfection and love'. Roberto Cavalli

The charm of the Cavalli Men's SS 2013 Collection is the sensual explosion of nature's glamour. The gentelman's impeccable tailored elegance finds an electrical and mysterious sophistication in bright and nocturnal colours. It envelops, like a perfume, with a geometric silhouette, that transforms sound into music, like nature Roberto Cavalli Spring 2013 backstage with designers Roberto Eva Cavalli.

At Roberto Cavalli Spring 2013 it's all about a cool girl. Guido Palau kept the hair look simple and natural to emphasize the beauty of each girl.

Featuring interviews with Roberto and Eva Cavalli, Guido Palau

Appearances by top models Joan Smalls, Magdelena Frackowiak, Kinga Rajzak, Hanna Gabe Odiele, Anabela Belikova, Betta Franke and Liu Wen.

Produced Directed by
Karen Morr
The new Roberto Cavalli Spring/Summer 2013 advertising campaign embodies a sense of style and glamour ever-present in the Roberto Cavalli DNA. Isabeli Fontana, Malgosia Bela and Sui He are the protagonists of the glamorous images in which elegance and sophistication seem to blend with the evocative sensuality of the prints.

Mario Testino shot the breathtaking images at the Freemansons Hall in London, an imposing Art Decò building developed in the 1930s by architects H. V. Ashley e Winton Newman.