They work fantastic with this season`s metallics. Be it gold, bronze or rust, they go with all 'warm' hues.
Look & bag: Just Cavalli, shoe: Vivienne Westwood
Roberto Cavalli introduces an imaginative rearrangement by putting cat-prints on snake leathers.
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Mixing them with black pieces is the classic choice that never fails but you may as well add some (small!) bright details, like this pink.
Look & shoe: Just Cavalli, bag: Giorgio Armani
Wildcat-print adds a glamorous diva-twist to classic retro & tweed looks.
Look: Ralph Lauren, bag: Giorgio Armani, shoe: Roberto Cavalli
Fur pieces in classic shapes merge nature`s beauty with human design.
Look & shoe: Roberto Cavalli, bag: Ralph Lauren
Wildcat prints complement fall`s trend colours orange and rust (and their metallic versions) very well.
Look: Just Cavalli, bag: Giorgio Armani, shoe: Roberto Cavalli
Maxi skirts made a successful transition from summer to fall and their femininity is a great addition to the print`s wild appeal.
Look: Roberto Cavalli, bag: Ralph Lauren, shoe: Just Cavalli
The softness of the winter-trend velvet enhances the print`s sensuality.
Look: Ralph Lauren, bag: Roberto Cavalli, shoe: Just Cavalli
Conclusion: this season almost anything goes in mixing animal-prints. You may even add reptile- or snake skins.
Look & bag: Roberto Cavalli , shoe: Vivienne Westwood