Monday, June 23, 2008

Chan dai khieu goi

Images of a floral bouquet and animal prints also featured in his menswear collection, entitled "Bohemian Safari," on the second day of Milan fashion week.

Cavalli, who also sent out female models in long, floating dresses -- some with gold chain detailing hugging the frame -- said he envisioned an extravagant man, an explorer, "a hippie and a nomad, who wears memories from a safari on himself."

"(Next summer's) man is very free," he told Reuters.

Colors were vivid with doses of white, dark brown, red, geranium and intense blue. Silhouettes were skinny on top and large at the bottom or the contrary. Kaftans and shirts with airy sleeves paired with pajama trousers or skinny printed jeans.