With his hugely popular and captivating style made of animal and denim prints, it's hard to believe that Roberto Cavalli has worked enough in anonymity for most of his young design career. Starting in Florence, Italy, Cavalli painted prints on sweaters and sold them to other designers. It was only in 1995, when women began to tire of the minimalist look, that his business took off quickly. The label becomes synonymous with clothes for a certain class of wealthy girls who appreciate being noticed. Her collection of dresses with details in leather, sequins, feathers, stripes and spots strives to teach every woman to be feminine and sexy again.