Prowl around town in a spot-on leopard coat! Leave the camouflage to the kittens because in the concrete jungle we sport our spots to stand out. Go prowl around town in a striking animal print coat, or reach fora a paw-fectly structured blazer as a year-round staple.
#KateMoss Fall Winter 2012 2013 street style inspiration and charm jewels
Kate Moss has been wearing her new sunshine Gloucester Croco clutch in crocodile-style calfskin from the “Kate Moss for Longchamp” collection for Spring 2013. During the day, paired with a leopard print or at night with a black fringe dress, she always rocks the place with style.
Kate Moss and Mario Testino front row at YSL S/S 2013
Fabulous as ever and always my fashion icon
Balmain embellished jacket with diamond cross necklaces, leather leggings and pumps
Chic London street style in a Holmes & Yang cape and Michael Kors checkered suit with a military cap and Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps
Denim on denim, red lips and pumps
Effortless on the red carpet in cat eye sunglasses, a leather vest, a cross chain anklet with her signature red lips and classic pumps
Blumarine leopard suit
Stella McCartney sheer panel peplum jumpsuit with a bun and pumps
This fall, fashion’s feeling feline with a taste for wild prints. Leopard print is adorning everything from coats, to clutches and moccasins adding an animal edge to your new season wardrobe.
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.
Marta – Dear Diary
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.
Alexa Chung, otro de los fashion brit icons, no podía faltar a esta cita con la música en Glastonbury. Su look, como siempre, de los más buscados. En esta ocasión, las inevitables botas de agua Superga se combinan con shorts vaqueros, jersey de rayas, sombrero, un 2.55 de Chanel y un abrigo leopardoso y peluchoso al brazo.
Este es el look de Alexa para otra jornada del festival: otra vez botas + shorts, pero esta vez con top en blanco y negro y por encima, otro clásico británico, una chaqueta Barbour.
In another great festival look, Alexa wore a leopard print fur coat with a felt hat, a Chanel bag and denim cut-offs. So it wasn’t the easiest Glastonbury to dress for. With the weather ranging from torrential mud slide creating downpours to scorch your nose off, factor 50 demanding sunshine it would have taken more than a typical rucksack to pack for all eventualities. Which is why we’ll excuse our celebs for not displaying the usual fab festival fashion we’re used to. There’s more to festivals than looking good anyway….
One of the style hits in Superga wellies but we wouldn’t risk a Chanel bag in all that mud!