The Vogue Russia October 2010 Issue is Animal-Obsessed
In four separate editorial pages, Suzanne Diaz is dressed in hip biker jackets, tight leggings and platform boots. Every clothing item is decked out in tiger, zebra and dalmatian prints. Although it sounds overwhelming, these interesting styles definitely managed to capture the attention of viewers with its gorgeously wild features.
Implications - While many consider the environmental movement to be slightly geeky in its use of eco-conscious materials, the association between faux fur animal prints and environmentalism can be made as they support the boycotting of real furs. Faux animal prints are part of a reversion pack to nature without the need to harm animals and represent an overall embrace of the beauty that nature possesses.Stats for Tiger-Print Fashions Trending: Older & Mild
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