Leopard Print

I saw this stunning lady at the New Museum and asked if I could take her picture outside. She reminds me of a glamorous movie star in her leopard print glasses and head scarf. Check out some more examples of how to wear leopard print below:

[Photo by MISTER MORT]
[Photo by MISTER MORT]
[Photo by MISTER MORT][Photo by MISTER MORT]

  • Wonderful pictures again! I see you've got a new intro- I like it!

  • The first lady has it in spades over the others…super chic!

  • Yep, she does look like a glamorous movie star. Gorgeous! I've been thinking a lot about leopard print lately, blog coming soon…

  • evalyn

    As I approach the "upper digits" I am thankful to you for these goreous pictures of older men and women who still strut and sport and style. Thanks to you and thanks to them. Individuality never goes out of style. And your website proves it! Thanks so much.

  • omg, omg- these are all too fabulous! a word i don't use often because it's…well…over-used. but i can't help myself- they are FABULOUS!
    this post made my day.

  • barbara

    La Garbo.
    All that beautiful spotties get me in good spirits on a gray November's day.

  • Check out the models for this menswear clothing line. They are right up your ally =)


  • Anonymous

    Hi Ari!

    Keep it coming!!! The last two posts are slammin'.

    I love leopard print, and I really enjoyed the variety of images with that as a common denominator.

    Best, J.

  • That first doll is very Garbo-esque.

    Boy– the New Museum certainly attracts an interesting crowd of advanced stylists. You must station yourself outside in a lawn chair every afternoon, lying in wait.

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  • I love those leopard print shoes! Your blog is so cool. I love all these people's style!

  • love your blog – I find it inspiring- keep it up.

  • I love the idea behind your blog! elderly people who dress well are the best inspiration 🙂 I've written before on my blog that the only people I've seen looking good in leopardprint coats are the old ladies 😉