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TOKYO - A Japanese zoo has taken the catwalk to a wild new level, using some of its fiercest inhabitants to rip and claw jeans to a fashionably distressed look. Credit: Flickr/G O L D T O P The facility northeast of Tokyo has unveiled "Zoo Jeans", styled by the fangs and claws of lions, tigers and bears. Zoo officials said the material held up well, all things considered. "We wrapped several pieces of denim around tyres and other toys. Once they were thrown into the enclosures, the animals jumped on them," said zoo director Nobutaka Namae, adding that the pieces were later patched together to create the finished product. "The denim was actually much tougher than we had thought, and it...

The September Issue

Even if you haven't been following the fashion trends for the upcoming fall season, there's no need to worry. We've read through all the magazines and blogs to see what's en vogue this autumn, and as expected, animal-inspired couture has made it to almost every designer's line. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite pieces…

We are used to seeing leopard print and tiger stripes on the runway, but what about a genuine feline? Tracy Reese welcomed New York Fashion Week's first-ever kitty to the catwalk of her Fall 2013 show. The hot new meow-del's name is Lily. She is a 4-year-old blue point Siamese rescue cat with a natural love for fierce fashion. It should be no surprise that Lily turned heads during the show and was later sought after by models for backstage photo ops. Lily became fashion week's premiere pussycat thanks to Tracy Reese and her partnership...

Dogwool: People Wear Sweaters Made from Their Dogs' Fur

It's winter, which means certain dogs have grown an extra-thick coat to help stay warm. It's the equivalent of a perma-Snuggie. Lucky pups, getting to wear their pajamas all day and all night. They don't know how good they have it! ...

Lady Gaga Loves Designer's Disturbing Dead Animal Shoes

People will go to scary extremes for fashion, but dumpster diving for animal carcasses may be a step too far. According to the Daily Mail U.K., Berlin designer Iris Schieferstein crafts high-priced shoes from dead animal parts. ...

The Fashionable Felines of United Bamboo

Ears up, hip humans; it's Fashion Week in New York City! Designers are taking this time to debut their newest looks and set the trends for 2013. One of those fashion-forward companies is United Bamboo. Aside from dressing people, the company also crafts feline ensembles for their calendar. Obviously, United Bamboo knows who…