The designer did what he does best: bold prints, sexy silhouettes and plenty of va-va-voom in pretty flowing halter dresses in brightly hued floral prints, zebra and animal prints livened up with colourful lace trims and gorgeous embroidered white lace and tulle designs.
The king of maximalism showed plenty of embellishments for his statement-making customers: black leather details sharpened up classic tuxedo jackets and gave an edginess to tulle skirts, floral and leopard prints were rendered in glittering beads and sequins for evening and leather got the metallic (and snakeskin) treatment in jackets and skirts.
Cavalli's must-have silhoutte for spring? The flowing maxi. There was a style for every Cavalli customer, whether they were looking for Riviera-ready rainbow-hued-with-a-psychedelic-twist (and sheer inserts) or monochromatic zebra stripes.
In case you're wondering how to pull off Cavalli, there was a perfect example sitting in the front row: model Coco Rocha, whose floral suit looked spectacular.
Click through the slideshow below for highlights from the show and don't miss the latest from Milan Fashion Week S/S 15 below: