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July 2019

Born to be wild



Who said animal prints and precious bestiaries were only for women? This year fashion-forward men are reconnecting with their primal instincts.

Graff | Applied arts
The GyroGraff Endangered Species collection comprises five unique watches featuring 3D gemstone marquetry dials depicting the faces of endangered animals, such as the tiger.

Saint Laurent par Anthony Vaccarello | Glam’
A feline-print shirt worn open to show off your torso makes for a sensual attitude.

Dior | Right foot forward.
Creative director Kim Jones has sneaked animal prints into the entire Dior wardrobe. For a really wild look, try the B23 trainers revisited in leopard-print jacquard.

Céline par Hedi Slimane | Business
For the Paris fashion house Hedi Slimane has used an animal print to tweak the classic document case. .