Master of exotic prints and metallics, Italian designer Roberto Cavalli has released an autobiography, Women's Wear Daily reported on Monday. Aptly titled Just Me!, the memoir explores the less flashy aspects of the designer's life. Cavalli reportedly digs deep into his roots, recalling how his father was executed by German soldiers in 1944 when the designer was three years old. Cavalli said of the book, "This is not a book about fashion, it is about a boy from a modest family who achieved success thanks to his strong willpower."
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