Rebecca Minkoff is known for her accessories, but her forays into designing has been met with open arms. Her looks have a wearable edge, which celebrities are already a fan of. Her Fall/Winter 2011 collection was no exception. From skinny printed pants (reminiscent of her already popular leopard print jeans) to skinny denim leggings with knee details, the collection was edgy but wearable. I’m sure this collection will be popping up on celebrities soon!
You can preview the collection below:
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Rebecca Minkoff has brought out a new washed denim handbag collection. The bags and purses feature a cheetah print over the washed out denim fabric with leather trims. Some even have studded embellishment on the straps. What do you think of the bags? Are they your style? I love to see denim being used in almost everything now. Cheetah and animal print is very on trend at the moment so why not mix it with such a wonderful fabric? You can check out the collection at www.rebeccaminkoff.com.
Emma Stone greets Ryan Reynolds outside the set of their newest film, The Croods. The two looked happy to see each other as Emma greeted Ryan with a beaming smile. I didn’t know this but Emma and Ryan have already co-stared in the indie film, Paper Man. The Croods is set in a prehistoric era and is based around how a man’s position of leader is threatened by new inventions, such as fire. Sounds interesting!
There is another print that the designers are getting fond of. Leopard is not the only preferred choice anymore. Here comes the snake print. Brands like Siwy, Closed and more have all come out with their own styles for the trend. You can choose from a subtle effect or one that pops and stands out on its own.
The celebrities are already rocking the trend. You can see Fergie (above) wearing a pair of snake print skinny jeans and many others have all been caught in the Paige Premium Super Tanzania Jeggings, which is a mixture of military and the beloved reptile. You can check out the styles by Rebecca Minkoff, Current/Elliott and more below.