Roberto Cavalli’s new creative director Peter Dundas has been hoping around the fashion market – first at Emanuel Ungaro, then at Emilio Pucci and now Roberto Cavalli men, in the hopes of finding a fashion love match.
His take on Fall 2016 for Roberto Cavalli men is a unisex blend of 70s hippie chic and 80s rock that we can wrap our psychedelic minds around. This is the first time we’ve seen a collection that’s truly swap-able between the sexes. The cool hair styling led by Guido Palau helped to bring that unisex vision to life.
Looks like Peter Dundas has finally found a match made in fashion.
Photos by Davide Maestri