Animal Attraction: Fall Fashion is falling for Felines, Dogs, Horses, and more - WSJ's Off Duty
Animal-kingdom-inspired clothing has clawed its way back into fashion this fall, according to the Wall Street Journal’s weekend lifestyle section, Off Duty.
In the article titled “The Call of the Wild,” reporter Lesley M. M. Blume takes readers through couture’s kitties—including Givenchy’s satin black dresses with cat faces and Marc Jacobs’ blazers and skirts with prowling, iridescent jungle cats —to more domestic designs including Topshop Unique’s collection, which includes an variety of Dalmatian-spotted coats, dresses and stoles.
Even shoe designer Christian Louboutin crafted his own homage to the jungle this fall — an amusing stiletto that turns its wearer’s foot into a furry cat paw. “There is something sweet about the foot of a feline—charming and not so serious,” he says.
And if you can’t find the occasion to wear this season’s animal inspired look, try it on your eyes. The article also includes a step-by-step guide to “Taming the Cat Eye.”
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