Tie-dye look is all the rage but at the same time, animal print is making a strong and sexy comeback this summer.
The trend for zebra-skin motifs is particularly strong, but there are also jaguar, leopard and snakeskin prints to zhuzh up beach and glamorous evening looks. Here is a list of five fashion icons who have already jumped on the bandwagon.
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Like many other influencers and fashion icons, the American top model has embraced the trend for zebra. On her way out for the evening, Kendall Jenner has opted for a reworked violet-on-white print on figure-hugging pants and a thin-strap top. More daring than ever, the catwalk star has accessorized this two-piece outfit with a faux cowhide hat and a fringed bag.
For proof that snakeskin can be chic, look no further than this post from American model Jasmine Tookes. The 29-year old has paired a minimalist black halterneck top with a long snakeskin print skirt. A feminine and elegant outfit, which she has simply accessorized with a little gold-coloured jewellery, gold-framed sunglasses and an outsize clutch bag.
The sought-after top model has found another use for animal print, which features on a bikini that allows her to soak up the Los Angeles sun in style. Let’s not forget that this trend will also be making waves on the beach this summer, as evidenced by the most recent swimwear collections. As to the details, Kaia Gerber has chosen a triangle top and side-tie, high-cut bottoms.
Reality-TV star turned businesswoman Kim Kardashian succumbed to the lure of snakeskin during the lockdown. To the delight of her 173 million Instagram followers, the brunette posed in boot-cut, snakeskin-print pants which she paired with a simple bikini top.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan just cannot get enough of animal prints. Along with Kendall and Kim, Kylie has also taken her turn to stand out in a leopard print dress. A few weeks ago the star posed in this hooded, fluorescent-green, leopard-skin print dress. A picture that was shared all over the world in just a few hours.
This article was published via AFP Relaxnews.