Philipp Plein's former right-hand man is the new general manager of the Florentine luxury label. He succeeds Gian Giacomo Ferraris, who will stay on to ensure a smooth transition until the end of 2020.
The troubled Italian luxury house has announced that it has filed for composition with its creditors, a legal mechanism which will protect the company’s operations as it continues discussions with potential investors.
As the rumour mill goes into overdrive about the label being sold, designer Paul Surridge revisited the original Roberto Cavalli DNA, exploring luxury, power and sensuality, all while bringing the brand up to date.
The brand's creative director Paul Surridge sent out an energetic collection at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday, revisiting the Florentine fashion house's roots and updating them with a dynamic breath of fresh air.
It felt like Noah’s Ark in Florence Wednesday at the runway show of Roberto Cavalli, so numerous were the animal prints as the house’s creative director Paul Surridge sent out his first ever full menswear collection.