LEOP­ARD PRINT IN POP CUL­TURE

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1962

Jackie Kennedy ig­nites a fer­vour for spots af­ter wear­ing an Oleg Cassini pea­coat made out of (ach!) real leop­ard pelts.

1967

Spots are im­bued with a sin­ful aura af­ter Anne Ban­croft dons a leop­ard coat as the adul­ter­ous Mrs. Robin­son in The Grad­u­ate.

1987

Leop­ard goes low­brow in the form of skin-tight en­sem­bles worn by Peggy Bundy, the world’s raunchi­est TV house­wife.

1997

Cana­dian crooner Sha­nia Twain wears lav­ish headto-toe leop­ard print in the mu­sic video for “That Don’t Im­press Me Much.”

2000s

Leop­ard earns its rock ’n’ roll stripes when it’s worn by Kate Moss dur­ing her turn as an early 2000s street-style star.

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