Roberto Cavalli SS16
The lowdown: Peter Dundas made his debut at Roberto Cavalli this Spring/Summer with a collection that stayed true to the house's DNA: Distressed denim, high hemlines and animal prints aplenty all featured heavily in the line-up. Here, there was no concept of day-to-night but rather a free-flowing mix of garments that saw ball skirts with billowing silk trains paired with off-the-shoulder sweatshirts and embellished, white-wash jeans with bustier tops. Delicate chiffon dresses fell in cascades of ruffles contrasting with other more body-con looks while prints either featured tiger stripes, camouflage or the mythological creature Pegasus (a symbol of freedom). Team Cavalli said of the collection: "Taking couture back to the street, everything is precious, bar the attitude."
Who we saw: Über-blogger, Bryan Boy
What they wore: A two-tone green knit
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