Founded in the early seventies, Roberto Cavalli is one of the most prominent Italian fashion houses, famous for its distinctive creativity and stylistic innovations.
The Roberto Cavalli group operates on international markets through its main line “Roberto Cavalli”; the younger and more casual “Just Cavalli”, devoted to the latest trends; the softerfeeling “Cavalli Class”; and “Roberto Cavalli Junior”, for children’s wear.
A wide range of licensed products - such as silk and cashmere accessories, underwear and swimwear, eyewear, watches, fragrances, home design, and others - complete the Cavalli world.
Frequent show business-related projects and collaborations are a steady component in the evolution of Roberto Cavalli’s fame: from the Hugh Hefner Playboy Bunnies new uniforms, to the ubiquitous references to Cavalli in the cult TV show “Sex and the City”; to the costumes for the rock star Shakira’s first worldwide tour, the brand is associated with the star system on countless occasions.
Often met as clients, the celebrities that populate the world of Roberto Cavalli soon turn into friends, becoming a source of inspiration and new ideas.
Sharon Stone, Madonna, Cindy Crawford, Drew Barrymore, Demi Moore, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncè Knowles, Lenny Kravitz, Charlize Theron, Victoria Beckham, Kate Hudson, Drew Barrymore, Christina Aguilera, Diane Kruger, David Beckham, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Ciara, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West: the ever growing list of the most authentic friends of the House, acting as the best ambassadors of its incomparable style.
Roberto Cavalli Boutiques
The Cavalli boutiques are more representations of a lifestyle than selling points. It all began in Saint-Tropez, Côte d’Azur, France. It was 1972 and suddenly, among the famous paved little alleyways of this popular holiday destination for the international jet-set of that time, a sign post appears: Limbo. It was the first Roberto Cavalli boutique. Iconic beauties of the likes of Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren, Consuelo Crespi, and all manner of beauty queens and celebrities of the Côte d’Azur rushed to the boutique.
From that day, Roberto Cavalli boutiques have represented a reference point not only for Italian design, but for the entire fashion world. Milan, Rome, Capri, and then Paris, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Miami, Las Vegas, Dallas, Mexico City, Sao Paulo and Tokyo, Seoul, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Beijing, Taipei, Dubai, Kuwait City, New Delhi, Casablanca, and many more world cities now form a new geographic map which enables the circumnavigation of the Cavalli world—a world that portrays an original and unique Italian lifestyle in the name of luxury, rather than simple décor.