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Artsy chic from Just Cavalli Fall/Winter 2014-2015 at Milan FW

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Roberto Cavalli presented his extremely artistic yet chic Just Cavalli Fall 2014 collection in a runway show during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 on February 20, 2014 in Milan, Italy.

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Cavalli features a variety of artsy prints and designs including a smudgy ocher yellow, black and white leopard print, an eye-catching zebra striped turtleneck sweater, hot pink and black tie-dye and a multitude of pretty pastel colored prints.

The mood from Just Cavalli Fall 2014 is bohemian as outfits are teamed with tasseled suede handbags and boots, some beyond thigh-high. Tassels are also found on such OTT (over-the-top) pieces as the gold metallic pants and jacket with oversized grommets creating a decorative polka dot pattern.

A focal piece in this Just Cavalli Fall 2014 collection is the artsy rainbow hued coat with the toggle closure, which was teamed with pencil-thin pink printed pants, peach pumps and oversized jade green GoGo style sunglasses. Equally artistic is the blush pink sleeveless duster with oversized golden grommets.

Flying roosters adorn some pieces in metallic gold and silver thread, while photographic images of marble statues in the true Roman tradition adorn others…

This autumn/winter collection from Roberto Cavalli is definitely all about expressing your artistic side through fashion yet there is something for all tastes…

Take a close look at the Just Cavalli Fall/Winter 2014-2015 show in my slideshow and video…


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