The easiest way to work something bold like animal prints into a look is with accessories. Accenting a simple suit or shift dress with a snakeskin-embossed heel can add a lot of personality to a look. Another easy add-on is eyewear. Fashion has long embraced leather detailing, but this season we’re seeing some really fun python frames.
There’s such a ’70s-glam feel about them. Jewelry is also a great way to bring in some wild-inspired energy to your ensemble. Molded metal scales, feathers, and talon motifs get the point across in a small, but impactful way.
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Consider these accessories to be an investment. Exotics can sometimes come with a steeper price point, but they will prove to be wardrobe essentials for years to come.
Japanese helmets, Japanese motifs and many feathers. This is the starting point of Ricardo for his haute couture collection for spring / summer 2011. This collection was also shown with a presentation of selected media and top clients, as he did in his last collection. Unlike last year, which outlined the shape of the body and strongly reminiscent of embroidery peculiar skeletons, the cranes in this collection are in the foreground. Beautiful appliques and beads depict paintings of beautiful dresses with motifs of birds, and some of the dresses were covered with feathers. The lovely hats were made by Philip Tracy.