Prairie dresses in flowy leopard fabric, trousers in animal print fabric at DSquared2.
We also saw a dark rose color, over-the-knee-jacket at Paco Rabanne and the obvious and predictable fur coat in leopard print at Celine.
Even Jacquemus followed the trend and gave us a yellowish-brown, extra-long coat in animal print. While at Versace, we spotted an animal print coat mixed with some leather jacket elements.
Also, at Paco Rabanne, we saw a shiny outerwear in animal print, bringing us down to the second must-see trends for fall: disco shine. At Alberta Ferretti, Altuzarra gave us a golden monochromatic shiny look from head to toe, and of course, Dolce & Gabbana with a Victorian-inspired gold ensemble with matching clutch.
How can we not mention the neon trend that is breaking the fall barrier? Never would we expect to see this sunny and summer-y trend of vibrant colors moving its way to fall, but fashion is unexpected. From Saint Laurent with bold looks of short dresses to Balenciaga, Off-White and Versace, it seems like we will have neon sightings for seasons to come now.