When Paul Surridge became the creative director of Roberto Cavalli, people loudly voiced their concerns. Working with women’s lines is more difficult than that of men’s, and requires a more delicate technique. Many wondered if he could do it.
Surridge publicly said that he wasn’t considering this critique, and we’re glad to see the negative voices were wrong. Surridge drew a different path for women than the usual exotic prints at Cavalli, adding cool designs that stay true to the brand’s wild spirit. The designer combined his knack for designing menswear with the more feminine silhouettes typical of the brand.
See the entire collection below.