Perfumes and fragrance by Roberto Cavalli
Roberto Cavalli fragrance and perfume list.
Roberto Cavalli fragrances: Italian fashion designer, Roberto Cavalli, started his craft in the early 1970s, and known for his animal prints and wild clothing designs. His fragrance line, originally licensed with ICR-ITF, is now held by Coty, Inc. His first fragrance, Roberto Cavalli for Women, was launched in 2002. Website
- 2013 - Just Cavalli | Just Cavalli for Him (Sept)
- 2012 - Roberto Cavalli For Her (by Coty)
- 2010 - Anniversary
- 2010 - Just Cavalli I Love Her | Just Cavalli I Love Him
- 2006 - Just Cavalli Pink | Just Cavalli Blue
- 2006 - Black for Men
- 2005 - Serpentine
- 2004 - Oro
- 2003 - Roberto Cavalli Man
- 2002 - Roberto Cavalli Women
Roberto Cavalli - perfume and design house
About Roberto Cavalli:
Born in Florence, Tuscany in 1940, Roberto Cavalli, is the Italian fashion designed known for the sand-blasted jeans look, which is now standard styling, and his exotic print designs. Founded in 1962, he opened his first clothing boutique in 1972 in Saint-Tropez.
In 1972, Roberto Cavalli unveiled his collection of wildly inspired clothes in his hometown of Florence. Today, the line has a celebrated fan base devoted to its animal prints and provocative designs. The collection includes dramatic sunglasses in addition to its sexy apparel.
Source: www.neimanmarcus.com (Mar. 2011)
Headquarters - via del cantone 29 Florence, Italy 50019 Italy - www.robertcavalli.com
Parfum License: Coty Prestige - 14, rue du 4 Septembre, 75 002 Paris, France
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