September 23, 2007 Milan
Of course, it wouldn't be a Just Cavalli show without some sex. So there were motocross jackets and pants, the former in patches of black, white, and brightly hued leather (matching the show's opening ethnic print), the latter in curve-hugging racing-car green. Fuchsia abstract leopard-print jersey also added a vixenish element, especially when it was spliced and pieced back together as a skintight micro-minidress. His daring maillots came with cutouts at the side or in strips of ribbon that looked knitted together like ribs. They were reminders that, when it comes to his diffusion line, Cavalli ought to have enough proven signatures of his own to riff on without looking elsewhere.