Jan 6, 2010

The new classics 1 - Wild cat print

Probably there is no other print that brings so much controversy with it as the wild cat print (i.e. - leopard, chinchilla, tiger). Many consider it by default as too showy, intrusive and typical for low paid singers, dancers and playboy-like stupid chicks. But last few seasons have showed that these prints may go beyond Cavalli interpretations in punk, rock or classic looks. The new romanticism of spring collections put wild cat prints aside (with the exception of Wang's desireable shoes). Still the wild cat print is quite popular in winter collections and street style and has surely become a classic trend to repeat for years ahead. Clockwise: Alexander Wang shoes (by http://www.style.com/), Myf Shepherd for Numero 109, Naomi Campbell running along with cheetah for Wild things Harper Bazaar editorial (by http://www.fashiongonerogue.com/), streetstyle example of Loubotin chinchilla boots (by http://www.jakandjil.com/), streetstyle example of leopard T shirt - Rosie Huntington-Whitely (http://www.fashionising.com/), Caroline Alt with chinchilla coat (http://www.stockholmstreestyle.feber.se/)

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