23 of the Chicest Leopard-Print Coats to Buy Now

Kate Moss can't buy them all.

If you’ve long had a penchant for leopard-printed coats—whether they’re on the backs of modern muses like Kate Moss and Alexa Chung or draped over the shoulders of throwback style icons (hello, Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl)—autumn 2018 may be your favourite fashion season to date. Not only is leopard print back in a major way, but there’s also a whole new feel to it courtesy of Victoria Beckham and the likes of Tom Ford, Michael Kors, Sacai and Calvin Klein.

Sure, leopard-print jackets have made an annual appearance this time of year for the past few decades, but this autumn is set to be less about retro faux fur (although it’s doubtful we’ll ever see this drop off completely) and more about sleek, grown-up finishes. VB made the case for heavier form-fitting fabrics with her standout chenille trench coat on the New York Fashion Week runway whilst Tom Ford offered up a puffer-inspired spin. Even Julia Restoin-Roitfeld sat front row in London wearing a flattened faux coat from House of Fluff.

One of our team’s favourites.
This is so fab.
A great length for wearing with skinny jeans.
Shoulder pads and leopard. Why not?
Our editorial director owns this and loves it.
The ultimate.
This has a slight ’60s silhouette to it.
If you’re a bit scared, this is a subtler first step.
I’d recommend getting a size up so you can wear chunky knitwear underneath.
One word: plush.
Looks good with white knitwear, doesn’t it?
Chic for warmer days…
Very fun for colder days.
Undeniably chic.
This maxi number is seriously cool. 
One you can dress up or down.
Animal print and strawberry-shaped buttons? It’s kooky, but we’re onboard.
A subtler take (kind of).
If you’re committed to the faux fur.
Cool camel detailing.
Grab this while you still can.
Hooray for the options on sale!
This will keep you super cosy.

Grab yours fast—we predict a sellout!

Love these? Get even more with this edit of the best animal-print boots.

Opening Image: @tineandreaa

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