Megan Fox isn’t the only media bombshell stripping down to her skivves in the name of fashion. George Clooney’s other half, MTV Italy VJ Elisabetta Canalis, is the star of the new Spring/Summer 2010 Roberto Cavalli Underwear ad campaign. The campaign was shot in a private house in London in November by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the same shutterbugs who snapped Megan’s new ads for Armani.
Cavalli creative director, Eva Cavalli, picked out the eye-dropping satin set Elisabetta dons for this striking image.
“For my next underwear collection I was inspired by a real woman, with appeal, charisma and sensuality,” Roberto Cavalli said in a press statement explaining his decision to have Elisabetta front the latest campaign. “Elisabetta Canalis and I have been friends for a while now, we have already worked together in the past and so I was sure she was just perfect for enhancing the spirit of this advertising campaign… and I was not wrong! Her Mediterranean beauty and intense appeal interpret an intriguing super-feminine woman…the result is amazing!”
Roberto Cavalli has launched a new clothing line, Roberto Cavalli Pets. The Italian designer is set to expand his fashion empire with a collection of pooch couture, which will include satin-trimmed doggy bathrobes, printed silk shorts, shearling jackets, and velour tracksuits designed for small and medium-size dogs.
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(This isn’t the actual design.)
Style icon Roberto Cavalli has created a new bottle design for Diet Coke. The legendary designer has reworked the traditional Diet Coke can with three versions of his trademark animal prints for a special limited edition can to be released later this year.
New age “fashion icon” Amy Winehouse has been offered a deal to promote designs by Italian fashion mogul Roberto Cavalli. According to reports out of Britain, Amy would receive a supply of Cavalli Original to wear to public functions and performances.
“Cavalli was suitably taken in by what Victoria (Beckham) had to say that he’s now determined to get Amy on board.”
High fashion could be on it’s way to the small screen. Italian designer Roberto Cavalli is in talks with the producers of Project Runway and America’s Next Top Model to appear in his own reality series. Read the rest of this entry »