Looking for something new? The original no-print-print is what you want to wear now. You should absolutely wear animal prints this season, for day and for night. Animal prints pack a punch and flatter just about everyone. Are you interested in Soho Shopping or maybe the Upper East Side? Our tours will lead you to the trends.
Want to look festive, alluring and chic? Alice and Olivia can get you there. All over animal prints or animal, floral, geometric collage prints, this label has you covered. Get roars of approval from everyone when you wear animal prints.
Animal prints look great when worn as an accent. Moncler has some leopard puffers and sweaters. Look great on the slopes or running around. You should wear animal prints this season.
Even Etro is in on the game. Veronica Etro is a master of concocting fabulous prints. This season she mixes leopard spots in with her signature paisleys. It’s a winning mix when you wear animal prints.
You’s be well spotted wearing these dresses. The light ground prints are a new way to shine.
Red ground leopard prints are hot. They’re even hotter when the dress is a super short mini dress.
Cult brand R13 has a refreshing way of showing spots this season. Of course they are featuring leopard print jeans, but the leopard collar on the plaid overcoat stands out.
R13 loves to deconstruct things, blazers especially. Their over sized trucker coats in leopard lined with shearling are must have pieces, as are the leopard shirts.
Dolce & Gabbana are well known lovers of all things animal. It’s a signature of theirs. This season is not different. Chiffon shirts to coats. All beautiful
Leopard prints work beautifully with camels and beiges. Look at these puffers and coats. And some pants. The only key to wearing animal is not to wear it head to toe.
Ganni, the hip Danish contemporary brand, does wonderful stylized leopard prints and animal jacquards. The touch of metallic makes it.
Nili Lotan is another animal lover. A blazer with jeans, or a pair of pants with a cool sweater. That’s how to wear it.
You can look to ATM for great black and white animal pieces this season.
Animal prints go dressy too. A touch of fur is fun.
Leopard glamour is good to go. Love the sheer metallic long dress in a leopard jacquard. The wall covering is pretty cool too.
Teddy bear coats are all the rage this season. A leopard print one is even better. Two trends in one.
Miu Miu loves animal prints too. Another outstanding puffer.
Miu Miu also endorses animal print handbags. A little leopard goes a long way when you wear it in style.
Alexander McQueen offers animals too. The 4 ring clutch in leopard, or small clutches in snakeskin are on trend.
You can also wear blown up animal prints. The bigger the better.
Snakeskin is trending as well. Frame does these high rise skinnies, and pairs them with a camel coat.
Snakeskin looks great as a casual jacket. Pair it with ochres and neutrals.
Snakeskin slip dresses bridge dressy and casual. The warmer brown tone looks great with denim.
Grey snake jeans shot with silver will work day to night.
Mixing animal prints is fun too. The coat veers towards a zebra print and contrasts beautifully with the red ground leopard dress.
St. Laurent loves animal prints too. A hot red dress with a zebra print is money in the back. The garment next to it is an ever so cool leather bicycle cape. What a clever idea.
Philip Lim explodes zebra prints. Own on a subtle shiny bronze top or jacket and liven up you black skirts and pants.
Zebra prints can morph onto almost flame like patterns. Again the bronze stand out when paired with black bottoms.
And if you love a pop of color, then you go to piece could be this plasticized zebra coat from Kwaidan Editions. Totally not subtle, but oh so chic. Just like the rest of the animal universe. Look grrreat this season.
The last word on the subject is a mixed medium message. Mixing leopard and zebra in one garment covers all the bases. Snakes, leopards, tigers zebras galore. These “no-print” prints define this season.