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Supermodels unite for Cavalli campaign


Roberto Cavalli called on four of his favourite models for his Spring/Summer 2012 campaign.

With his wife Eva Cavalli as Creative Director, the campaign (shot by Stephen Meisel) showcases the label's vibrant prints and sumptuous embellishment, and features one powerful modelling quartet - Naomi Campbell, Karen Elson, and Kristen McMenamy (winner of model of the year at the British Fashion Awards), plus Cavalli's latest muse, Daphne Groeneveld (the star of the Versace for H&M campaign).

Whilst we love these group photos, our favourites show Naomi (naturally) taking centre stage and looking fierce in the ad for the Florence, the house's new 'it bag'.

With all that modelling talent on set, we can imagine filming was interesting to say the least - but this behind-the-scenes video from Cavalli suggests things ran rather smoothly.



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