Close
RETURNS
MON, JANUARY 12
BRAND NEW ON E!
  • News/ 

    Extreme Animal Prints: Gotta Have It or Make It Stop?

    Ashley Olsen, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Anna Wintour GSNY / Splash News; Jason Merritt/Getty Images; PPNY / Dave M. Benett/Getty Images

    Hollywood's gone wild for...well, wildlife.

    The fall runway collections were a menagerie of exotic skins and celebs paid attention. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley gets major kudos from the Fashion Police crew for her spotted Dolce & Gabbana dress with Sergio Rossi heels. 

    "She's a taxidermist's wet dream," quipped Joan Rivers on Friday night's show. 

    But not everyone carries off this trend quite as successfully...

    Ashley Olsen takes some ribbing for wearing a lynx coat in 74 degree weather. "Why would you wear a coat like it's snowing outside—and then put flip--flops on?" mused Kelly Osbourne.

    But it'sAnna Wintour's python Prada coat worn to London Fashion Week that takes the most abuse. "She looks like she got that at a consignment store where pimps drop their coats off," joked Giuliana Rancic.

    So are the show's hosts ready to put this trend out of its misery?

    Not at all.

    "If it's done right, gotta have it," says Joan.

    Will you slip on an exotic skin or think this trend never should have left the jungle? Weigh in below!

    PHOTOS: Fashion Police: Joan Rivers Uncut

    FROM AROUND THE WEB
    MORE ON EONLINE

    RELATED VIDEOS: