We sure hope not! At least until Topshop opens in Soho.
He'll replace Matthew Williamson when his contract expires October 1.
He's much more mature than Mariah, who left her dog poop in front of Cavalli. Learn which other celebs can act like grown-ups in today's gossip roundup!
Also, Sigerson Morrison collaborates with Pringle of Scotland on shoes, and thieves break into Kate Moss's car.
The designer thinks models are just hangers for his clothes, and he'd much rather use artists like Diddy as the clothes hangers.
That means custom-made pieces by Givenchy, Stella McCartney, Miu Miu, and more! And some gypsy and Japanese influences.
And it looks like the most fabulous animal-printed place on Earth.
Considering the poor singer's ailing health, maybe it's time for fashion companies to give her and customers a break.
The economy is in the bucket (news flash!), so he won't get the kind of dough he wants.
Alexa Chung visits Roberto Cavalli's Florence home and meets his pets, in the new British fashion show we're dying to watch.
The label already makes shoes in a small factory, but with a new deal they'll be able to make so many more glorious pairs. Handbags are also in the works.
Naomi Campbell credits Saint Laurent with putting models of color on the runway. He also gave women the pantsuit.
Roberto Cavalli might sell his company, Sean Avery will attend tonight's CFDA Awards, and Tommy Hilfiger reveals wedding details.
Dell'Acqua replaces the 6267 designers, who went to Ferré last month; Coach plans to open 50 stores in China; and Roberto Cavalli celebrates his new wine.
Kristin Davis explains the magic of a 'Sex and the City' wardrobe fitting, Patricia Field's style icon is Cleopatra, and what Joe Zee ad-libbed on 'Ugly Betty.'
And they hope to use the original TV cast. Also Noémie Lenoir landed the cover of French 'Vogue,' and we figured out who Naomi Campbell was with in Cannes.
Vanessa Paradis will replace Kirsten Dunst as the face of Miu Miu; 'America's Next Top Model' lands another season, as the lead in to the CW's new fashion-assistant reality show; and Jessica Stam explains the whole D.J. thing.
Apparently Cavalli is a family man who understands a woman's need to conceal her "small little treasure."
This week brings the rerelease of the first two books in the Sweet Valley High saga, freshly modernized to appeal (and pander) to kids today — which means that all those fun eighties outfits have been lost in the ether!
If you want to buy Roberto Cavalli's company, you better have around $1.89 billion saved; Next and Elite model agencies get into a catfight; and brunettes marry richer men than blondes.