Starting with a story from the land of cowboys and country, the early fall of 2015 by Just Cavalli plunges deeper and deeper into the fashion cauldron of the 70s, in which hippies, rock 'n' rollers and punks cooked along with the elegant tunics of SoniRykiel and the "careerist bible" nearly ten years. The variety, variegation and amazing contrast of this collection, as if hinting at the similarity of the past and the present: the strong influence of street fashion, new opportunities and technologies, the ever-increasing individualism and the desire for a unique, personal style are undermining the fashion industry, endlessly accelerating to keep up with the changing market preferences, and gradually drain it.
41 models from Just Cavalli allow you to see the new 70s not only in their best, but also in their strangest manifestations. Here, for example, there are images inspired not only by boho or festival culture, but also at first glance unusual sports outfits, bulky and a little aggressive, like the first rappers. There are few of them, but they noticeably dilute a series of dresses with floral and baroque prints, stage costumes of kart-folk performers, made up of gold cowboy boots, spikes that replace spurs and peasant-style blouses. The pale blue fur coat looks great, as if taken from the closet of David Bowie, although, in principle, any idol of early glam rock should have had it; the egg-yolk-colored trouser pair, the patchwork knitwear and the Aztec-patterned skirt are remarkable in their own way.
In 2015, Just Cavalli has a lot of excellent office sets, once reputed to be "clothes of success", but today they cause more attacks of nostalgia, and towards the end of the collection the first notes of classic Gothic appear, not yet spoiled by vampire themes, late Victorian aesthetics and multi-layered makeup. So even those who have never been fascinated by the 70s can find an idea for themselves from Just Cavalli.