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Belle Sauvage Unveils Affordable Diffusion Line, Leopard

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Belle Sauvage Unveils Affordable Diffusion Line, Leopard

Leopard by Belle Sauvage

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London-based label, Belle Sauvage (or "Beautiful Savage"), has been conjuring up kooky digital-printed fashion for the past two years, gaining fans in the likes of Lady Gaga, the Ting Tings and Katy Perry. Only two years into their success, founders/designers Virginia Ferreira and Christian Neuman have already unveiled a diffusion line, Leopard by Belle Sauvage, targeted at a younger, more trend-driven audience. Best of all? The new collection is completely unisex (which seems to be a trend in and of itself these days), so you and your fashion-forward significant other can swap jumpsuits if you're so inclined.

The same bright, graphic elements that have defined Belle Sauvage's main collection are present in Leopard, but reinterpreted at a more accessible price point and in fuss-free fabrics like cotton and jersey. A few favorites from the lookbook—cleverly shot to make the models seem androgynous—include black-and-white printed crop tops, a draped-lapel vest in a black ink splatter, and marbled pastel pants that look like the streetwear version of a Jackson Pollack painting. For a bit of cheeky Warholian style, we're also digging the Campbell's Tomato Soup print, which appears on everything from jersey tops to tunics and zip-up parkas.

Shop Leopard by Belle Sauvage at Pixie Market, both in-stores and online.

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