Fashion icon Cavalli in Dubai club design

Italian designer Roberto Cavalli poised to follow Karl Lagerfeld with plans for city venture.

Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli is poised to be the latest to take his talent to a hotel project in Dubai.

He is set to follow in the footsteps of Karl Lagerfeld who revealed in July that he was to collaborate with Dubai’s Isla Moda, the world’s first 'fashion island' being built on Nakheel's manmade archipelago The World.

Lagerfeld will design 80 residential homes, which will include a limited edition line for the island.

Now, the Fairmont Dubai will be the site of Roberto Cavalli's first Cavalli Club a new 'entertainment and night-life' concept, according to media reports on Tuesday in the US.

Due to open in November, Cavalli is said to be planning a two-storey club with a separate entrance from the Fairmont Dubai.

The floors will be created in shiny black quartz with reflective crystal dust and tall walls of Swarovski crystals create sparkling curtains.

The ground floor will showcase jewellery, watches and exclusive accessories from the Cavalli Maison.

There will also be selection of refined food products chosen by Roberto Cavalli to express the best of 'Made in Italy."

Upstairs, an Italian restaurant will be the centrepiece, with a sushi bar and a wine bar featuring Cavalli Selection red wine.

The upper floor will also feature a lounge bar with music and a suspended platform that will host the DJ and the dancers, as well as other entertainment and shows.

Cavalli's fashions are sold in more than 50 countries worldwide.

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