An­i­mal In­stincts

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An­i­mal prints have a way of emerg­ing every sea­son but in dif­fer­ent styles, whether in colour, sil­hou­ettes or even struc­ture. An­i­mal prints of mo­tifs in vary­ing colours and sizes were jux­ta­posed to­gether as run­ways saw cheetah prints placed strate­gi­cally amongst pan­els of ze­bra stripes. Ri­hanna’s Sav­age x Fenty show un­der­scored this mix­ing of wild and sub­tle ac­counts of an­i­mal prints just as Roberto Cavalli did, with dif­fer­ently sized cheetah prints. Snake­skin pat­terns were a ma­jor hit this sea­son as they showed up in the side seams of vo­lu­mi­nous dresses, all over on the sheer vests lay­ered in faux furs or in sev­eral ac­ces­sories such as tights-san­dals and hats. Gucci and Tod’s were the fore­run­ners when it came to us­ing this par­tic­u­lar mo­tif on their lines while Burberry, un­der the cre­ative helm of Ric­cardo Tisci, ex­per­i­mented with fun an­i­mal prints such as the Dal­ma­tian and tiger print.

Rochas

Tod's

Phi­los­o­phy di Lorenzo

Gucci

Burberry

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