Leopard print is a trend that never quite goes away, but this season the fashion world seems especially obsessed with the cult pattern. Appearing on everything from satin slip dresses to wrap blouses and hero denim pieces, it’s an easy way to transform any outfit. Not sure how to style it? Take your cues from our pick of the nine most iconic leopard-print looks ever…
Andy Warhol’s muse Edie Sedgwick’s style staples included statement earrings, breton tops worn as dresses and lots of leopard print. When Sienna Miller portrayed her in Factory Girl back in 2006 pretty much all of her outfits featured the model’s favourite pattern.
We definitely craving Debbie Harry spotted maxi in our closets today.
Anything Brigitte Bardot has ever worn is iconic – including her various leopard print looks on and off-screen.
The multitalented Eartha Kitt definitely had a thing for the feline pattern. Just google image search for “Eartha Kitt leopard” to see what we mean…
German Supermodel Claudia Schiffer is very fond of animal print in her own personal wardrobe, but her most famous look has to be this shot photographed by Arthur Elgort for Vogue US July 1992.
No fashion icons list would be complete without Naomi Campbell. Here she is wearing a head-to-toe animal-print look on the runway at Paris Fashion Week in 1989.
If anyone knows how to rock leopard print, it’s definitely Kate Moss. From dresses to scarves, shoes and coats… if it comes in leopard spots, she loves it.
Audrey Hepburn’s hat in the 1963 film Charade would be just as fashionable now in 2018.
Who could forget Jackie Kennedy’s famous leopard-print coat and roll-neck ensemble, which she wore in New York in 1967.