Roberto Cavalli Perfumes
Roberto Cavalli fragrances are wild. Which should come as no surprise if you’ve ever seen Roberto Cavalli clothes. The Italian designer who opened his first boutique in the mega-rich port town of St. Tropez made the animal print famous and then put into fashion rotation expertly.
Bridgette Bardot helped, but for the most part, Cavalli gathered attention for his unusual techniques and big prints. The vivaciousness of his fashion soon came to the fore of his fragrance offerings.
Cavalli introduced Robert Cavalli for Women (Eau de Parfum)in 2002. Expectedly, it featured a zebra print on the packaging. The perfume was made and promoted with ITF Cosmetics and featured orange blossom, pink pepper and vanilla scents.
The ITF connection continued through the unisex Gold Collection, the ladies perfume Paradiso and the Just Cavalli perfumes which, along with Acqua Eau de Toilette, still stand out today.
Cavalli’s obsession with animals continue with the Serpentine range (heavy on the Snake design and with dangerous aromas). Serpentine, Serpentine Silver, Oro and Anniversary all performed strongly amongst fans and critics.