Leopard print is making a comeback: Fashionistas from Rihanna to Kendall Jenner are challenging «quiet luxury.»

Who else, besides Rihanna, can challenge the fashion trend of «quiet luxury»? Over the weekend, the singer appeared in a head-to-toe leopard print at her friend Melissa Ford’s birthday party at the fashionable restaurant The Nice Guy in West Hollywood, pairing a bustier mini dress with a floor-length fur-trimmed coat from Dolce & Gabbana and a Louis Vuitton clutch.

The Dolce coat is one of the leopard print coat collection in Rihanna’s wardrobe, as earlier this year Bottega Veneta introduced a version in faux fur.

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And Rihanna isn’t the only one: Sofia Richie, Kendall Jenner, and Dua Lipa are also fans of leopard print, writes Harpers Bazaar.

Over the past two seasons, designers have also rediscovered their love for leopard print. In this regard, Dolce & Gabbana can be considered the king of the jungle since their first collection for fall-winter 91.

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The spring-summer 24 collection of the fashion house features leopard print for any weather: from a raincoat with a matching hood to a chiffon dress with a thigh-high slit. At the same time, Jacquemus pays homage to 1940s screen sirens with cinched belts and powerful shoulders, while Edie Slimane opts for a 90s-inspired look with mini models and jackets from Celine.

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At the Dior fall-winter 24 show, models wore leopard print twin sets, knit skirts, and coats.

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And while some associate the return of leopard print with Mob Wife aesthetics, its history is actually much more complex. Indeed, in many respects, no print has elicited such conflicting associations: can you imagine anything else that simultaneously symbolizes the status of the wealthy and is synonymous with tasteless and cheap?

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