I never thought that another designer could pull off what Hedi Slimane does so insanely good. Yes the pure magic of the 70s that has lately loomed over the Zeitgeist has permeated Peter Dundas' latest collection for Roberto Cavalli. 

The earthbound palettes of the graphic and undulating patterns gave a sense of carelessness and freedom. The curtains of fringe that were decked on the beautiful pieces swayed to the beat of ethnic sounds. Navajo blankets, studded clogs and intricate embroideries told the story of whimsical adventures in Morocco. 

While Slimane dressed the leggy festival kids, Dundas addressed an older more sophisticated bohemian crowd that wanders the earth in drifty silhouettes.  

Beautiful imagery by Martina Ferrara pour Dazed Digital