Animal fashion

Express your wild side with these trendy animal fashion ideas. From leopard prints to snake skin patterns, discover how to incorporate animal fashion into your wardrobe and make a bold statement.
flights of fancy by willy vanderperre for us vogue october 2015 Fashion Photography Editorial, Editorial Fashion, Portrait Photography, Vogue Editorial, Portrait Shots, Photo Hacks, Photo Ideas, Mode Editorials, Fashion Editorials

models: sam rollinson (women), aya jones (lions), hollie may saker (trump), lily aldridge (img), natalie westling (society), alisa ahmann (society) and dylan xue (supreme) photographer: willy vanderperre (artandcommerce) stylist: tabitha simmons hair: duffy (streeters) make-up: lynsey alexander (streeters) manicure: lyndsay mcintosh (premier)

The Petite Wanderess
Marcin Kempski Flashes Clarence Haaster In A Jungle Style Feast For Vogue Poland April 2019  #fashion  #style  #fashiontrends #fashioneditorial  #fashionphotography Animal Prints In Fashion, Animal Print Outfits, Animal Fashion, Animal Print Clothes, Vogue, Giraffe Tail, Clarence, Gravure Illustration, Mode Des Podiums

Model Clarence Haaster enjoys a fashion romp with animal prints, styled by Karolina Gruszecka in images by Marcin Kempski for Vogue Poland April 2019. / Hair by Michal Bielecki Haaster is not alone in adoring giraffe tails, which are highly-prized by many African cultures. Today, dangero

Anne of Carversville
Birds and Faces Emerge From Dizzying Multi-Layered Gowns by Iris Van Herpen | Colossal Runway Fashion, Fashion Art, High Fashion, Fashion Show, Fashion Outfits, Fashion Design, Paris Fashion, Animal Fashion, Fashion Details

Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen (previously) blends cutting-edge technology and classic motifs in her thought-provoking garments. Van Herpen’s most recent collection, Shift Souls, was showcased at Paris Fashion Week, and featured dresses that play with structure and color to blur the boundaries between fashion, technology, and art. In a statement on the brand’s website about the collection, Van Herpen explains that she was inspired by the fluidity of identity change in myths…

Helyn Waddell