LEOPARD PRINT IN POP CULTURE
Jackie Kennedy ignites a fervour for spots after wearing an Oleg Cassini peacoat made out of (ach!) real leopard pelts.
Spots are imbued with a sinful aura after Anne Bancroft dons a leopard coat as the adulterous Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate.
Leopard goes lowbrow in the form of skin-tight ensembles worn by Peggy Bundy, the world’s raunchiest TV housewife.
Canadian crooner Shania Twain wears lavish headto-toe leopard print in the music video for “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”
Leopard earns its rock ’n’ roll stripes when it’s worn by Kate Moss during her turn as an early 2000s street-style star.