LEOP­ARD PRINT – CA­SUAL OR EL­E­GANT

Sorry, folks, there are only two ways to do it. Fash­ion isn’t that demo­cratic when it comes to an (or any) animal print.

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Be­cause there’s no need to do the wild thing here.

Every­one – from in­sid­ers to out­siders, It girls to in­flu­encers – has been telling you that you can wear any­thing you like, how­ever you like. We want to stop you (and them) right there – es­pe­cially when it comes to animal prints. You don’t want to go the way of the wildlings. You want to cop the chic women of the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. Why? Be­cause they knew that leop­ard print was a state­ment in it­self and best rep­re­sented with clas­sic styles that purred rather than roared.

Clothes and footwear in the same colour fam­ily at Michael Kors.

Gigi Ha­did knows the leop­ard is bet­ter with ca­su­als.

Leop­ard, as al­ways, looks good with pared­down black.

Silk and metal­lic-fi­bre dress (price un­avail­able) from Kate Spade.

Silk dress, $750, from Diane von Fursten­berg.

Vel­vet blazer, $310, from Scotch & Soda.

Silk dress, $3,580, from Saint Lau­rent.

Cot­ton coat, $139, from H&M.

Pony­hair and leather san­dals, (price un­avail­able) from Gian­vito Rossi.

Polyester and elas­tane tur­ban, $29.90, from Topshop.

Twisted Cabas shear­ling and calf­skin bag, $3,400, from Ce­line.

Calf leather and vel­vet slides (price un­avail­able) from Kate Spade.

Pony­hair loafers, $1,230, from Bally.

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