Flower power

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Nor­mally known for sul­try va-vavoom cam­paign ed­i­to­ri­als, Ital­ian fash­ion brand Roberto Cavalli has in­stead opted for bo­hemian and youth cul­ture for their fall/win­ter ’ 16/’ 17 cam­paign un­der new cre­ative di­rec­tor Peter Dun­das. Pho­tographed by Bri­tish pho­tog­ra­pher Tim Walker—who is known for his whim­si­cal fan­tasy im­agery— the cam­paign fea­tures mod­els Erik van Gils ( pic­tured above), Lo­gan Flatte ( pic­tured be­side) wand Benji Staker loung­ing in a ’ 70s- in­spired col­lec­tion, which in­cluded cre­ations such as em­broi­dered jack­ets, vel­vet pieces and printed shirts with a touch of an­drog­yny. The poses are pretty whim­si­cal, to say the least, with the mod­els act­ing rather lan­guid while still ex­ud­ing a mys­te­ri­ous air.

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