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Wild Kingdom: how to style animal prints this fall

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30 Aug 2020

The animal prints are often considered to be one of the most sophisticated ones to style. Spectacular and pretentious per se, they seem to narrow the space for choice and creativity.  However, this season has declared to adopt the "savage" prints not only to the evening wardrobe but even to the everyday wear.

Philipp Plein offered the greatest variety of ideas on how to wear leopard patterns.  And he indeed mastered the day-to-day rule: the golden printed shorts look less showy matched with the standard hoody and high black boots.


Philipp Plein Miu Miu
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Both Miu Miu and Rochas bet on the bulky and straight fit models. Whereas the first brand sticks to the original mustard yellowish coloring of the dress, the second brand interprets its coat in the dark lava orange. Rochas also plays with the larger details of the print, adding extra volume to its model.


Rochas Kwaidan Editions
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Kwaidan Editions are experimenting with the leopard total-look. To master the task of colors idyll, it is important to always add the basics. In the case of the leopard jacket and trousers, a simple white T-shirt is a perfect option.


Photos: Vogue.com


Apart from the strong image of leopard, there are also countless interpretations of animals found in the designer garments. So, Versace was the one who attempted to risk the courageous match. Its tiger-inspired fur coat is combined with the resembling animal-print shiny dress, balanced with the white sandal heels. In the brand’s fall-winter 2020 collection, you can also find some fascinating sundresses and a formal suit with a psychedelic zebra print.


Alexander Vauthiereven
Photos: Vogue.com


Alexander Vauthiereven made a hybrid of zebra and giraffe prints offering a minimalistic mini dress with some moderate ruffles and elegant jumpsuit.


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