"In the 70s and 80s, it was very unlikely to mix your patterns, textures, and proportions of clothing – the recombining of these advocates the unlikely yet contemporary combinations within our line, which then extends itself to your own fashion story. Today we're mixing faux-animal prints with faux-animal textures – have fun mixing up the ‘faux’ animal kingdom!"
HIGH PRICE POINT, LOOK 1: from left to right, some covetable items for your closet... Paul Smith's Military Button Long Cardigan is a great accent color for this look; Balenciaga's Wool and Faux Leather Pencil Skirt is a prime example of mixed-medium with basic black; this Halston Heritage Faux Fur Jacket has bell sleeves and a shawl collar that exudes luxury and wearability, day in and day out; SCOUT's Daytripper Everyday Tote in Def Leopard on the top and Christian Louboutin's Morphing 100 Calf Hair Pumps on the bottom balance out this animal kingdom theme.
LOW PRICE POINT, LOOK 2: from left to right, perfectly-priced clothes for fall/winter... J. Crew's Mohair Magnitude Cardigan is cozy and sensible, for work or weekends; Miss Sixty's Knee-Length Leather Skirt should be a staple in every fashionista's wardrobe; Juicy Couture's Faux Fur Jacket is classic in a double-breasted closure yet contemporary in its cropped cut; SCOUT's Pocket Rocket in Croc-O-Gator Khaki pairs seamlessly with the J. Crew cardigan thanks to its orange trim; polish off your more 'wild' look with Ivanka Trump's Pinkette Leopard Pumps.