Georgia May Jagger may have closed the Just Cavalli show, but it's her famous dad Mick who inspired the spirit of the collection, which was rock n' roll to its core.
The Just Cavalli girl was as eccentric and eclectic as ever, sporting an array of prints like tiger, leopard, paisley, scarf, and Far East-inspired patterns--sometimes all at once.
The Asian prints--red dragons climbing up the legs of black pants, and dragon and flame landscapes stamped on t-shirts--was apparently the fruit of a trip Roberto and Eva Cavalli took to Bhutan last year. It added an unexpected touch of worldy charm to the design duo's characteristically Italiano aesthetic.
Of course, as is signature to the brand, there was a lot going on in each look. But when worn separately the pieces, such as a Fabrege-esque print long sleeve dress or beaded dragon tux jacket, would be would be statement-making but not over the top.