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Wild on the Runway with Animal Print
by Morgan Watkins

 

Roaring down the runways of both New York and London Fashion Week, animal print is the trend designers and fashion connaisseurs are pouncing on this year. While wild, animal spotted designs have withstood the test of fashion time, it has completely dominated shows all around from SS'18 thru SS'19.

 

Versace ss18 wild animal print

(Versace SS'18)

The word “catwalk” took on a whole new meaning at NYFW AW'18, where Tom Ford used structured leopard print jackets to add an edge to otherwise softer fringe ensembles. Christian Siriano went all out with sheer leopard tops, tiger striped sets, and cheetah print dresses and accessories.

 

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(Tom Ford AW'18)

 

London Fashion Week continued to celebrate this spotted trend as Riccardo Tisci made his Burberry debut with provocative Bambi-dedicated menswear and cowhide inspired miniskirts.

 

Burberry cowhide mini skirts

(Burberry SS'19)

 

Fashion lovers far and wide have been sporting the trend for a hot minute, with Réalisation Par’s leopard printed Naomi skirt being a staple in countless It Girls’ closets. Cheetah print is another street style classic, plastered on cropped trousers and mini handbags.

 

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With tiger stripes, snakeskin and other animal prints still on the rise, it’s safe to say these wild prints are here to stay on the top of the fashion food chain.

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