Spring/Summer ’16 Collection at a Glance
Peter Dundas is still grooving his way back. He only recently took over the reins at Cavalli. Returning to the place where his colourful career began. The pressure of creating your first collection for a new fashion house is enormous, and Peter Dundas is not the first and probably won’t be the last to design a slightly unsettling debut clothing range. His vision for this summer is a seemingly devil-may-care revival of the extremely experimental ’80s disco subculture. With huge ruches and glittery fringes, carrot jeans, bright leggings, faded denim waistcoats and stretch dresses, he summons Nena and the spirit of the Neue Deutsche Welle post-punk music scene into the new millennium.
Lop-sided is back: by which we mean one oversized earring, dangling from just one ear, with a tassel that can even hang as low as your collarbone.
The red leather trousers combined with an off-the-shoulder ruched blouse and mid-height lace-up shoes. A look that gives us high hopes for next season.