Karen Millen releases animal-print range

First published: 24-02-2010

Those wanting to embrace their wild side on the street have been thrown a lifeline this month after Karen Millen launched its animal print range for fashionistas up and down the UK.

Forming part of the spring/summer 2010 collection, the "much anticipated" leopard and zebra prints have become a firm favourite of the designer and will take a large striped range and use it in a new light, creating a "glamorous pattern using oversized stripes in a vivacious bright blue".

Additionally, more neutral shades have been afforded to leopard prints, which will continue to be bestsellers in the range, the designer predicted.

The organisation went on to say that there is now a new collection page on the Karen Millen website, "which contains all the leopard prints you'll ever need".

Embracing fashion fully, Karen Millen watches generally embrace a basic watch face with straps that can be seen more as bracelets than part of a timepiece, while each one uses a quartz watch movement.


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