Beyoncé kicked off her Formation Tour last night in Miami, and in addition to selling some truly perfect merchandise, she also showed off a variety of bomb-ass leotards and thigh-high boots
Twitter went wild over Rihanna’s stunning Dior spot, and the fact that she was the storied French fashion house’s first black woman spokesmodel. Now, we’re guaranteed to see at least one more black pop star in the fall/winter advert cycle: Ciara is the new face of Roberto Cavalli, another revered European design house…
Nicki Minaj's new Roberto Cavalli campaign is out and ready for all of the fan-created wind gusts your laptop can handle. Get into all of these flowing fabrics, pouting lips and far-away looks.
Nicki Minaj has been named the new face of the Roberto Cavalli's Spring/Summer 2015 campaign. Coming three days after the release of her third album, The Pinkprint, Nicki posted a first look at the gorgeous campaign images to her Instagram page.
I'm not wrong, right? This Roberto Cavalli dress, which is made in Italy and currently retails for $1,695 at Nordstrom, looks exactly like a Magic Eye painting of a uterus and ovaries. Is this the most expensive wearable fertility symbol yet? (It is also beautiful and I cannot stop looking at it.) (Goddamnit, dress!)
Roberto Cavalli presented his Just Cavalli spring 2014 collection as a part of Milan Fashion week, and it looks like what you would happen if a Lisa Frank unicorn granted a half-demented form of sentience to the virtual closet from Clueless. ("MISMATCH; MISMATCH," the closet would croak with gleeful, daft abandon as…
FINALLY. Remember Beyonce's regular body? The alive one that's all made of fat and muscles and full of organs? Guh-ROSS. Luckily, the ad wizards at Roberto Cavalli took care of it and are proud to present Beyonce: 2.0.
"Come on, guys, it's better to be skinny than to be fat!" So said 30-year-old model Natalia Vodianova as part of a panel discussion at the British Vogue Festival over the weekend. (This was after she was asked, "It's undeniable that models are very thin, expected to be very thin, and thinner than 99.9 percent of the…
In this edition of Tweet Beat, Roberto Cavalli would like to channel Doctor Doolittle, Coco is sorry for skipping Titty Tuesday, Bette Midler wonders when we started outsourcing prostitution and Jose Canseco contemplates theology.
There are more details today on the arrest of Italian garment magnate Tonino Perna, who once ran IT Holding, a former apparel industry giant that collapsed in 2008:
"When he wasn't casting aspersions on other luxury brands, he lobbed ribald jokes as an Italian variety show flickered on the television behind him," writes Women's Wear Daily of its interview with designer Roberto Cavalli, otherwise known as bizarro Berlusconi. Says Cavalli of his new outpost in Japan, "I will…
Milan fashion week wrapped up yesterday, and Cavalli was one of the last shows. For spring 2012, the designer wants us to wear a lot of gold. A lot. But also: Acid brights in kaleidoscope patterns and a splash of animal print. Sometimes all at once.
Roberto Cavalli is a notorious ass who makes absurdly sexy clothes. Like, the sartorial equivalent of aggressive sexyface. So, yes, in other words his Paris Fashion Week party was ridiculous, over-the-top, and totally star-studded.
Though he's never been one to embrace subtlety, Roberto Cavalli's show in Milan today was a bit muted. But pale colors aren't boring when you're taking about shredded nightgowns and sheer pants held together by string.