Animal print is among the most popular patterns thanks to its motifs inspired by exotic fauna. Without doubt, it is an evergreen, and every fashion show sees a revisited version of it on the catwalks, brought up to date by the choice of unusual colours. As Roberto Cavalli did for his zebra-striped stretch cotton garments, where, in addition to black and white, he added shades of aqua green and candy pink. Leopard print has always been one of Dolce & Gabbana's signature prints, now replicated on multiple fabrics, from clothing to accessories and bags. Like in the sneakers and silk sandals also covered with the distinctive black and brown spots. Alaïa reproduces python scales but redesigns their geometries in a graceful mood, by superimposing them on backgrounds of colours such as pink and ocean blue to obtain a refined and original pattern that makes the brand's cropped cardigans and stylish dresses even more chic.