This trend needs no introduction. Animal print. It's always been around, and it's making a revival. Whether it's out in full force at Roberto Cavalli or in the details and mixed prints at Dries Van Noten, there's no escaping it. And when it looks like this, why would you want to?
Animal woman: Natasha Poly for Roberto Cavalli Fall 2010
It's all in the details: Karmen Pedaru and Alanna Zimmer at Dries Van Noten Fall 2010
Vogue Germany's newest covergirl Abbey Lee. This girl's on fire: as well as the Vogue Germany cover she's got this month's Vogue Nippon; as well as recently being lensed by Lagerfeld for Numéro Homme, and has a bundle of fall campaigns including cK Calvin Klein, Jaeger London, Chanel and Mulberry.
Proof it's everywhere- Isabeli Fonatana in head-to-toe leopard print shot by Mario Sorrenti