Fall’s Most Powerful Trend

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Leopard print has a habit of going in and out of style—and when it’s in, there’s no escaping it. Take its nineties-era dominance, for example: Who can forget Kate Moss starting a craze for leopard-print coats long before “off-duty style” was a thing, or when Shania Twain wore a printed crop top and matching pants to belt “That Don’t Impress Me Much” in Brad Pitt’s direction? And as we know, fashion loves a good throwback moment. So I can’t say I was all too surprised (or unhappy) when I began spotting the pattern on the runways of Dolce & Gabbana, Dries Van Noten, and Isabel Marant a few seasons ago (and have kept leaning into it since!). I even was able to conjure up a few pieces that I kept from the last time this spotted print was on trend. Resistance is futile: Shop the trend below.

 

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