When we think of closet staples, images of blazers, tops and dresses in black, white, navy and nude 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 on almost anything, whether it be a stiletto or a cashmere sweater. If the runway is any indication, the print is more loved than ever. Raf Simons abstracted the print and played with colorways in his most recent collection for Dior, and Burberry created new textures with the spotted print on coats and bags, among others. Here, click through for a visual history leopard print in fashion.