Details Notorious for his excessive printed designs and his penchant for extravagance Roberto Cavalli paved the way for innovative design techniques and textile printing. Born the son of an artist, Cavalli began his exploits in the fashion industry while studying at the Academy of Arts in Florence in 1957. After shifting his focus from painting to textiles, he started experimenting with new printing techniques for leather, discovering that he could print on glove skin he patented the technique. He released his first collection of leather printed gowns soon after in 1970, garnering publicity from well-established fashion houses like Hermés and Pierre Cardin. During the ‘90s Cavalli expanded his innovative technique to denim, releasing his first printed jeans in 1988 and inventing stretch jeans in the subsequent years to follow. His forward-thinking use of textile and manufacturing has since become commonplace in the industry. A true testament to Cavali’s exuberant designs these grey jeans feature a collage artwork of bridges, statues and miscellaneous photographs throughout the leg.
Size + Fit Marked size M fits true to size 30 (please refer to measurements). 30 inch waist 31 inch inseam 42.5 inch total length