Roberto Cavalli was born in 1940 in Florence, who designs some of the most exclusive fashionable dresses: baroque combination of excellent feathers, overblown flowers, animal imprinting on the products and incredibly lightweight leathers including the signature Cavalli look for day or night. These products are always shown on their Milan runway and remain on the top with the highest heels and with the biggest, blow-dried hair in the city. During winter stock, fur the more exclusive is dominant.
When Cavalli was studying at Florence’s Academy of Art, he started printing on leather and then after this patenting a similar techniques. Because his father was a tailor and his grand father was an excellent painter so Cavalli became a master in embellisher and decorator of textiles.
Cavalli established his own company in the beginning of ‘60s and Cavalli was the first one to use leather in a catwalk and made his patchwork debut show in 1972 exhibited which was showcased at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence. Cavalli was famous for his high fashion in ‘80s and he exhibited his products marvelously in the ‘90s. During this period his name became popular. Although he did not show any remarkable product but his frocks got attention of others and became well known for the customers.
His second wife Eva Duringer who was also a previous Miss Universe, worked as assistant to Cavalli and a clear and unique mixture of thrusting sex appeal seemed to appear in his dresses which were shown in artisanal prints and frankly eccentric themes and catwalk shows displayed in Milan collection when both press and people welcomed his collection warmly. The title of his collection was Just Cavalli, a menswear line, kids wear line and perfumes among others. In 2003 his company earned 289 million and his products were also exhibited in more than 30 countries. Cavalli also runs a beautiful racehorse stud farm in Italy.