Madrid, Jul 9 (EFE) .- Nothing goes out of style because, reinterpreted, some trends always come back, they never go away completely. That is the case of the animal print that, in its varied aspects, returns this summer to the closets.
Firms such as Celine, Paco Rabanne, Tom Ford, Kenzo or Hermès have among their proposals the leopard print in various combinations and tones. Although the distant brown brindle has not been left behind, blue appears strongly in the most jungle setting, where black also wears the hottest nights.
Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie, the model and presenter Heidi Klum and even the Queen of Spain Letizia, Máxima de Holland or Kate Middelton have succumbed to the feline print that they have used in some cases for the red carpets and in another in official acts of their own. rank.
For day to day, actress Sienna Miller has opted for tight leggings while model Bar Refaeli for a bare miniskirt.
Dresses, jumpsuits, blouses or jackets are still a firm bet, but designers also do not disdain to transfer this pattern to sneakers, scarves or attractive tableware, a way of warning that the wild side also enters the decoration.
For the less daring, but who, nevertheless, do not want to give up a touch of risk, ankle boots, sandals or bags, in its most mini variant, may be the best option.
The American designer Tom Ford opts for a long striped jumpsuit and dress, with a V-neckline, fitted, in black and white tones, elegant and at the same time daring to enjoy the summer.
Despite what many think, the tabby is a pattern that can be easily combined at any time of the year. Anthony Vaccarello, creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, opts for a jacket with 70s collars for men, with a short waist, that combines with black pants and shirts.
A pattern that also leads to sports shoes and that he does not hesitate to transfer to the home collection where the dishes are dyed with the wildest pattern for dinners both indoors and outdoors.
Funny, in front of a mirror the designer Victoria Beckham poses in a photograph on her social networks, in which she wears a long, printed summer dress that accompanies the text: "discovering my spiciest and most terrifying image" (Scary Spice).
A shirt design that incorporates a lace band. On the back, a generous neckline intersects with multiple straps, also on the chest, a detail that outlines the silhouette of this slip dress, which the designer has not hesitated to give to her friend, the model and businesswoman Elle Macpherson.
A print that has neither the age nor the most suitable time of day. The truth is that tight or ruffled skirts or blouses are easily combined with "sneakers" or with very high "stilettos". Anything goes.
Although occasionally, Prada discovered its wild side with the capsule collection that it launched in May through its website with a blue shirt whose front and back have a tabby print while the sleeves and sides opts for plain blue.
Hedi Slimane dresses the youngest of Celine with windbreakers and vests "animal print" while leaving the bags with this print for the next autumn winter, as well as light trench coats for the beginning of the season, cheerful, soft and light tones. like the skin of young tigers.
Precisely, unleashing the roar of youth is what Paco Rabanne intends with striped skirts, dresses and pants that awaken his wildest side, which he even transfers to his sports collection and, of course, to a metallic coat. EFE
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