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Autumn 12

Rather than the traditional animal prints of leopard or zebra, it was animal motifs that took the lead. Repeat prints breathed new life into shirts and blouses, while printed trousers offered a more directional take. It was a real menagerie of motifs – Drapers saw everything from elephants and horses to cats and swans. However, it was the smaller prints that looked most stylish.

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