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Evolution of Cheongsam / Qi Pao

Evolution of Cheongsam / Qi Pao

When we think of closet staples, images of blazers, tops and dresses in black, white, navy and grey are what first come to mind. But leopard print has silently remained every woman's secret wardrobe weapon for quite some time. Like wearing a red lip, the print instantly pumps up an outfit and looks good with almost anything. If the runway is any indication, the print is more loved than ever. Here, click through for a visual history of leopard print in fashion.

The Evolution of Leopard Print

An elegant Elizabeth Taylor takes on the same trend, with a matching coat and hat during the

Queen Elizabeth II Was A Bookworm In Her '40s Princess Days (PHOTO)

PIC: Queen Elizabeth Like You've Never Seen Her Before

Vintage Beauties

Vintage Beauties

vintage everyday: Typical Fashion Style of Edwardian Era – Vintage Photos of Ladies in Trailing Dresses with Peach Basket Hats

1940's fashion -it was in the 40’s that hats truly became a vital part of fashion. Hats was a necessary thing for people as like cell phone for us nowadays.

Vintage Fashion: cool Vogue cover from the Love the LBD with gloves and an awesome hat. I love the look.

Handbags History-Infographic

Handbags History - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA

The History of Handbags Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Fashion category. Check out The History of Handbags now!

Princess Diana's 20 Best Style Moments, April 1985: While in Sicily, Diana chose another Catherine Walker ensemble with a pale pink hat.

Princess Diana's 20 Best Style Moments

"Diana Princess of Wales arrives in Sicily" by David Levenson on Getty Images, taken April 1985 during the Royal Tour of Italy. Diana wore a pink dress designed by Catherine Walker and a pink hat by John Boyd.