Gray on gray rocking fur and suede boots with a jersey dress
Running the 2012 Olympics in a gold sequin Alexander McQueen dress
Setting the effortless trend for boyfriend jeans with a blazer and diamond necklace
Chic for a night out in a colorful dyed Isabel Marant fur and knit sweater with leggings
Supermodel red carpet moment in a black dress with fur and a gold cuff
Party fabulous in a mini Stella McCartney sheer panel dress with a chain trimmed clutch and Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps
Kate Moss inspiring effortless street style looks in leather skinny trousers, furs, booties, blazers, t-shirts and loose sweaters
When it comes to comes to classics, there’s a new young, spotty kid on the block: leopard print. Gone are the days when it was worn by peroxide blondes working it back with a slash of hot pink lipstick — you may have noticed that these days leopard print is all class, and can be worked into almost every single outfit you can imagine. Take Kate Moss here as inspiration. An oversized leopard coat could come off as overkill, but paired with a nearly all-black outfit, Kate has the classic look perfected. And guess what? It’s just as easy for you to tap into the trend.
Kate Moss rocking the trend with black skinny jeans and ankle boots
Vogue fashion editor chic with leggings and Christian Louboutin booties
Emmanuelle Alt in Paris wearing a pea coat version with Balmain leather pants
Kate rockin a Balmain denim power shoulder jacket with motorcycle skinny jeans, a rocker tee, Kate Moss for Longchamp leather buckle bag, Ray Ban wayfarers and slim scarf tied around her neck Keith Richards style.
Old school Rolling Stones inspiration – Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones.
Feathers, cut-outs, pastels, more feathers, horses, white, even more feathers and the return of Kate Moss were all over the Spring 2012 Collection of Louis Vuitton.