Fashion's Latest "It" Print Goes Wild

Photo: Courtesy of Nanushka.
If cats have nine lives then we may just have to consider what feline family fashion trends belong to. Back again for the umpteenth time are animal prints, more notably of the big cat variety: cheetah, leopard, tiger, and other ambiguous spotted prints that fall under the "cat" umbrella. While we saw the return of leopard coats and spots pretty heavily on the AW18 runways, the prior spring collections weren't without their own nods to the wilder side.
But forego the idea of cheesy cheetah prints from a bygone era of bouffant '80s hair and bold red lipstick. Designers are amping up the look with playful silhouettes and branching out with their zoo-friendly picks. Between snake prints, zebra prints, and more, the pool of creatures to camouflage as has never been so eclectic. The best part? There's no fur in sight here, so no actual animals were harmed in the making of your bold look.
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& Other Stories Fit & Flare Shirt Dress, £59, available at & Other Stories.
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Zimmerman Melody Linen Dress, £530, available at Mytheresa.
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H&M Patterned Chiffon Dress, £34.99, available at H&M.
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Monki Flowy Dress, £25, available at Monki.
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Alessandra Rich Tiger-Print V-Neck Dress, £1750, available at Matches Fashion.
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Nanushka Oasis V-Neck Tie Dress, £415, available at Nanushka.
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Topshop Leopard Wrap Mini Dress, £38.00, available at Topshop.
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Zara Zebra Print Camisole Dress, £19.99, available at Zara.
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Neon Rose Louisa Leopard Wrap Dress, now £17.50 on sale, available at Neon Rose.
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Bershka Leopard Print Dress, £24.99, available at Bershka.
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Ganni Leopard-print Silk Maxi Dress, £430, available at Net-A-Porter.
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Ciao Lucia Federica Dress Zebra, £308.86, available at Ciao Lucia.
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Warehouse Leopard Print Crepe Mini Shift Dress, £49, available at ASOS.
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