Bhutan was on the inspiration itinerary last season at Just Cavalli
. For Spring, the label took a trip to the tropics with a stopover in London's punk enclaves. But as they say, it's the journey, not the destination. Wherever Roberto Cavalli goes, digital prints, animal spots, trussed-up denim, and handkerchief-hem slipdresses follow. All of that and then some made an appearance on the runway today. This was Just Cavalli at its most hedonistic, starting with the first look: a stretch catsuit with a plunge in front that dipped precariously south of the navel. There were more prints in that one look than in other designers' whole collections. Another thing this show had plenty of: cutout dresses, cropped sweaters, and bra tops. All those bared midriffs gave Cavalli ample room to show off one of his neatest tricks: skin-tight pants that unzipped at the side and folded over to reveal a contrasting inner waistband. They conjured images of surfer girls peeling off their wetsuits as they emerge from the waves. This collection is really, really going to speak to the Miley Cyrus generation. Their parents, on the other hand, are going to need a Xanax.