The Fall Winter 2014-15 chapter
Colours borrowed from nature, a nature which is silent and reserved, drowsy from the lethargy of winter. Faint and delicate shades, white that draws inspiration from the purity of the ice, greys, the dense, mixed blues of the fog, and the browns created by the bark of the trees and the embroidery of the frost.
Elisa Cavaletti is always easy to wear. The items are prewashed and creased. On the one hand, this means that the original item is always respected and will never produce a nasty surprise by shrinking after it has been purchased, while on the other it can be hastily thrown into a suitcase without fear of ruining it. However, even here there is total freedom: nothing prevents customers from ironing the dress if that is what they prefer.
The items in the Elisa Cavaletti collections are all unique, despite dialoguing openly with one another: they each tell their own story, as well as being part of a bigger story
...a story designed to be worn.
Elisa Cavaletti, the woman designed by Daniela Dallavalle, is free to lose herself and find herself again every day, and to travel the world dressed in sophisticated, comfortable clothes, which speak of encounters, journeys and intersections of glances, aromas and flavours.
She journeys not only around the Earth but also through time, stealing bright and decisive colours from the past, inspired by the frenzy of the eighties and the irreverence of Studio 54. Black is alluded to for the first time, with the energy and determination of punk. Metal becomes silver, and the leather enchants and seduces...
Elisa is art... Daniela Dallavalle's art, which overwhelms and rouses with its prints, its shapes and its overlay of colours, fabrics, memories and emotions. The accessories blend with the material, the plaster, the wood and the metal.
Elisa smiles with joy: life is a party, and she plays with her clothes, enriching them with exquisite accessories and details, making each garment unique and perfect for any occasion, from a toast at the most important of ceremonies to everyday life.