Fashion has cycled through leopard so much that it now seems more like a staple than a seasonal trend. Whether confined to accessories or unleashed in full-on ensembles, I think it’s safe to say that the spots are here to stay.
Clockwise from left: Vogue Nippon’s Anna Dello Russo in a Balmain dress, strapless dress by Matthew Williamson, top from See by Chloe, skirt from Marc by Marc Jacobs, button up shirt by Equipment.
From left: Tommy Ton for Jak & Jil, Givenchy Spring 2011, wrap dress by Chloe from Bergdorf Goodman, boots by Tory Burch, leopard scarf on the runway at Dries Van Noten.
From left: Vogue Paris Fashion Director Emmanuelle Alt, a leopard clutch on the street during Fashion Week, shoes from Alexander Wang, Kate Moss in her signature leopard print coat, burda style magazine’s Wide Lapel Coat Pattern is the perfect template for making your own Moss-esque winter jacket.
Get inspired by the runways and magazine editorials and try the leopard look out on these BurdaStyle patterns.
Runway looks from left: Burberry Prorsum, Dries Van Noten and Givenchy.
Patterns clockwise from top right: Oversized Vest, Alexander Blouse, and Cap Sleeve Mini Dress.
From left: burda style magazine’s Bermuda Shorts Pattern, Erin Wasson at the Opening Ceremony launch party in Tokyo, Mariacarla Boscono in a Vogue Italia editorial, Wrap Trousers Pattern, Roberto Cavalli pants from Bergdorf Goodman.