This pattern comes back on stage of high fashion time to time, it is always actual. Leopard print has been used by different subcultures and movements throughout history to express their identity and attitude. Leopard print can symbolize rebellion, creativity, confidence, or empowerment, depending on how it is worn and by whom.
One of the first subcultures to adopt leopard print was punk in the 1970s and 1980s. Punk musicians and fans wore leopard print as a way of rebelling against the mainstream and showing their wild and rebellious side.
Another subculture that embraced leopard print was rockabilly in the 1950s and 1960s. Rockabilly musicians and fans wore leopard print as a way of celebrating their love for rock and roll and vintage style. One of the famous rockabilly artists who wore leopard print include Elvis Presley, who worn Leopard spotted shoes.
Leopard print was also used by feminist activists and writers in the 1960s and 1970s. Feminist activists and writers wore leopard print as a way of challenging the patriarchal norms and stereotypes.
Leopard print was also popular among hip hop artists and fans in the 1980s and 1990s. Hip hop artists and fans wore leopard print as a way of expressing their creativity and confidence.
Leopard print was also used by some interior designers
to create stunning spaces. One of them was Dorothy Draper. The American interior designer was famous for her bold and glamorous style, which often incorporated leopard print fabrics and wallpapers. She used leopard print to create contrast,
drama, and sophistication in her projects.
Pair of Dorothy Draper Hollywood Regency Leopard Printed Vinyl Curved Armchairs. Image credit to 1stdibs.com
The Villa Trianon, home of Elsie de Wolfe - the American socialite and decorator was one of the first to use leopard print in interior design. She used leopard print rugs, pillows, and upholstery to add warmth, texture, and exoticism to her rooms.
Leopard print has been adapted and reinvented by contemporary fashion designers
for different styles and tastes. Leopard print can be used to create various interpretations of fashion trends, such as floral prints with leopard spots, sequined leopard dresses,or leopard-printed accessories.
One of the fashion designers who have been using leopard print in their collections since the 1990s is Dolce & Gabbana. The Italian duo have created various interpretations of leopard print, such as floral prints with leopard spots, sequined leopard dresses, or leopard-printed accessories. You even can't imagine this brand without thinking about leopard pattern.
Image credit to fashion editor fashion editor Yuri Ahn and swide.com
Another fashion designer who is known for his love of animal prints,
especially leopard print, is Roberto Cavalli. The Italian designer has used leopard print in his clothing, shoes, bags, sunglasses, perfumes,and even his yacht.
Image credit to Emanuele Ferraris di Celle, boatmaginternational.com
Leopard print can be mixed with other prints, colors, or textures,or accessorized with jewelry, shoes, or bags. There are many ways to style and wear leopard print
and use it as an accessory, such as a scarf, a belt, a hat, or a bag. This can spice up a simple or plain outfit. The accessory can add some interest, personality, or flair to the look.
Leopard print can reflect your personality and mood in different situations and contexts. Leopard print can show your playful, fierce, elegant, or adventurous side, depending on how you wear it and how you feel.If you want to show your playful and fun-loving side, you can wear leopard print in bright or pastel colors, or in cute or quirky shapes. You can also wear leopard print with humorous or witty slogans or graphics. This can make you look cheerful, lively, and charming. If you want to show your fierce and confident side, you can wear leopard print in bold or dark colors, or in sleek or sexy shapes. You can also wear leopard print with statement or edgy pieces. This can make you look powerful, daring, and seductive.If you want to show your elegant and sophisticated side, you can wear leopard print in neutral or classic colors, or in chic or refined shapes. You can also wear leopard print with pearls or diamonds. This can make you look classy, graceful, and refined.If you want to show your adventurous and daring side, you can wear leopard print in unexpected or unusual colors, or in wild or exotic shapes. You can also wear leopard print with ethnic or tribal accessories. This can make you look adventurous, curious, and bold.
If you can't decide what could be is actual in next season you can confidently choose leopard pattern, you can't do wrong with it. Leopard print is more than just a pattern, it's a way of expressing yourself and your style. Leopard print has a rich and diverse history, and it has influenced many aspects of fashion and culture. Leopard print is also versatile and timeless, and it can be adapted and reinvented for any occasion, season, or mood. It matches great with confident woman and as you see also the man, who has some also some demonic vibrations by nature.
Whether you want to go bold or subtle with leopard print, you can find a way to rock it in your own way. You can also use leopard print to decorate your home or accessories, such as pillows, rugs, lamps, or phone cases. It can add a touch of flair and personality to your space or belongings, as well as make a statement about your taste and preferences.
One of the accessories that we love to make with leopard print is wood phone case with engraved leopard pattern. It's made from natural wood and has a beautiful design inspired by the leopard's spots. I think it's a great way to accessorize your phone and show your environmentalist concerns at the same time to show your rebellion lifestyle, what ever it means to you.
Order you own Leopard pattern phone case today and join the those who are inspired by modern fashion designers who are vegetarian, animal rights activists and use the pattern to raise awareness about the plight of leopards in the wild.
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