Even if you are not a fashion addicts and have not read fashion magazines, you must have noticed from all the information flowing around you that one of the biggest trends for Fall/Winter 2018 is the return of animal print.
Consider animal prints as the new neutral. They are everywhere and on everything. The Animalia trend involves the craze for designs made from fabrics inspired by the pattern of the skin and fur of an animal. I hope you are ready to tap into your animal instincts for Fall because at the AW18 show, designs in animal print headlined many of the fashion shows with a number of designers joining the leap with Leopard print pieces, ranging from coats to leggings. Designer labels such as Victoria Beckham, Roberto Cavalli, Tom Ford, Max Mara, etc, were some of the few that indulged in this animal print trend; providing a modern day take on this enduring staple. Celebrities like Katy Perry, Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert, and Nigerian designers like Lisa Folawiyo and Ngonna Omeruo have already been spotted indulging in this trend.
We are talking about the animal print that Donatella Versace brought out in the SS18 collection, in which it commemorated the golden age of its brother Gianni, resurrecting the most iconic extravagant and baroque prints of its collections from the early 90s. Many more designers have taken in their fashion proposals, first for SS18 and then for FW18.
The couture brand for luxury organizers has a limited collection with animalia print that can bring all your outfits in line with the new fashion trend.
The king of shoes, Manolo Blahnik, one of the world’s most influential footwear designers and trendsetters, has a collection with animal prints.
Another famous shoe brand: Giuseppe Zanotti, also has animal prints in its FW18 collection. Over-the-knee in a smooth, stretch leopard print and accented with a black heel and toe, here is the REESE.
Even the sportswear is getting trendy with Stella McCartney sneakers incorporating animal print details.
Selfridges offers numerous brands with animal prints: