Roberto Cavalli’s ready-to-wear collection displayed an array of ombré dresses, fur coats and floral prints.
The catwalk was staged in a large dark room with a glossy floor and crystal white chandeliers hung from the ceiling.
Each model was styled with minimalistic loosely curled hair, which was teamed with dramatic dark smoky eyes.
Iconic animal prints opened the show on a dress cut just above the knee, ankle length coat and shirts.
Cavalli made bold statements with block colours, mainly in the form of mustard tones. Look 7 was a stunning wide leg jumpsuit, reminiscent of styles seen in the 70s, the outfit was tied together with a large black belt cutting in at the waist showing a neat silhouette figure.
Following with the 70s theme, ruffles were added playfully to collars and sleeves of many of the shirts.
Oriental Chinese floral prints with contrasting black, mustard and gold tones stood out on the catwalk, with floor length dresses and silk blouses donned in the eye-catching print.
Fur played a key role throughout the collection, incorporated into many different looks and garments, one of the more notable features of the fur trend was an oversized yeti style coat, which featured in a variety of creams and blacks. Fur also featured on khaki green parka jackets which brought a casual, everyday look, to the collection.
Tassles featured on dresses and coats adding a slightly bohemian vibe to the collection.
Dreamy ombré dresses closed the show, with chiffon fabrics which featured provocative cut outs around the waist and seductive deep V cuts around the chest.
Many of the looks were finished with statement black belts with a large golden buckle or a long pendant necklace, finishing the pieces perfectly.