Alessandra Amoroso's new dark style: black dress and maxi heels at the Milan fashion shows

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Alessandra Amoroso's new dark style: black dress and maxi heels at the Milan fashion shows

Milan Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2024-2025

Alessandra Amoroso took part in the Roberto Cavalli show, a brand that she also wore on stage at the 2024 Sanremo Festival. For the Milan Fashion Week show, the singer chose a monochromatic look.

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Alessandra Amoroso was in the front row at Roberto Cavalli 's Autumn/Winter 2024-25 show on the first day of Milan Fashion Week. The singer, a few days before Sanremo 2024, arrived in Piazza degli Affari to support Fausto Puglisi, designer of the brand who took care of her looks on the Ariston stage. For the occasion, Amoroso took up the common thread seen on the Riviera, showing off a monochromatic look.

Alessandra Amoroso's look at Roberto Cavalli

To attend the Roberto Cavalli show by Fausto Puglisi, Alessandra Amoroso wore a total black look, taking up the palette she showed off on the Sanremo 2024 stage. The black long-sleeved minidress, slightly high-necked, featured a small keyhole neckline, which he made the outfit breathe very severely. The dress was paired with a pair of sheer black tights and sky-high platform shoes in black patent leather. There is also a small clutch bag, again in total black, in crocodile leather, also designed by Roberto Cavalli.

Alessandra Amoroso by Roberto Cavalli

Alessandra Amoroso by Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli's Autumn/Winter 2024-25 collection

The Marbleous collection designed by Fausto Puglisi for Roberto Cavalli is, as the Creative Director defined it, an ode to metamorphosis and change, embodied by a woman who constantly evolves, always transforming herself. The most widespread texture in the collection was marble, as can be deduced from the name of the collection, a pattern that was adapted to dresses, suits, blazers and maxi down jackets. Marble in a thousand shades and colors has conquered the catwalk, proving to be an extremely adaptable pattern. In addition to marble, transparent tops and lingerie dresses dominate, enhancing the sensual side of Roberto Cavalli's courageous and daring woman.

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