then and now: celia birtwell-style animal prints

Wildly popular in the '60s and '70s, Birtwell's graphic animal motifs were originally made for designer (and then husband) Ossie Clark's clothing. The prints have an irresistibly bold but also whimsical feel, especially when set against solid backgrounds. This season, her influence is having a moment, as designers pay homage.

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