|| Alexander Mcqueen Spring 2011 ||
Sarah Burton put most poignant on McQueen new collection which it was a pair of sculpted mini dresses crafted from butterfly wings. The wings created an arresting pattern from hem to neck, where they almost literally burst forth in a flutter around the models' necks.
|| Blumarine Spring 2011 ||
For Spring, Anna Monilari create an animal motifs and lots of them, not just big cats, whipped up in either pastel brights or neutral browns with gold-leaf dots, but also big butterflies. In case that weren't wild enough, because the dresses were colorful.
|| Givenchy Spring 2011 ||
Riccardo Tisci put less Catholic but more pagan. The keynote was the leopard, fast cat of the savanna. Nothing says old-school glamour like that particular animal print, but tapping into his inherent Gothicism, Tisci dragged it with his elongated riffs on twenty-first-century .
|| Louis Vuitton Spring 2011 ||
Marc Jacobs create a collection of outrageous glamour for Louis Vuitton, on the closing day of the Paris prêt-à-Porter season. His models paraded against a backdrop which featured safari animals like tiger, giraffe and panda.