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Devon Aoki Acts Like a Cat in Vogue Nippon

 - Jun 10, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011
References: community.livejournal
We’ve been seeing plenty of leopard inspirations in fashion magazines, but Vogue Nippon turns its attention to cats in its June 2009 issue.

Photographer Camilla Akrans shot a cat-like Devon Aoki, who was styled by Sissy Vian in cat ears and some formidable shoes.

Animal fashion seems to be the hot ticket this season, from the peculiar Louis Vuitton bunny ears to leopard prints. So, get in touch with your animal instinct!

Implications - Female consumers are seeking out items that will let them put their femininity on display. Products that feature certain womanly aspects are appealing to those who are proud to be female. Companies could focus on this element when attempting to draw in a larger number of female shoppers.