Feathered coat by Roberto Cavalli. Patchwork-like piece, made out of cotton and leather bits, with decorative earth-toned feather pattern.
New, with original Jeurissen tag.
Model's height is 1,78m for reference.
Found and curated by Heterodoxa.
Roberto Cavalli (°1940) invented and patented a revolutionary printing technique on leather and begin to experiment with different materials. When he introduced these techniques in Paris, he attracted attention from established luxury houses such as Hermès and Pierre Cardin. He is the flamboyant king of animal prints. Cavalli breathes new life into well loved aesthetics and makes the old new again. His signature style symbolises opulence, flamboyance, femininity, power, sex appeal but is in his own words too romantic to be a playboy..
"What is too much? There's no such thing!" - Roberto Cavalli