Find out about the latest news and product releases from House of Leopard and go ‘behind the scenes with’ the independent designers and makers who share our passion for leopard print.
Co-founder and designer of high performance sportswear brand LPRD, Anneloes Ouwehand, tells us about her Amsterdam-based label and why she sees nothing but leopard printed world domination in her future.
Design duo Holly and Jakki tell us about juggling their day jobs in construction with their new business, and why they’re firm believers that all big things have small beginnings.
In honour of International Women’s Day, we want to share what led us to start House of Leopard, and ask some of our partners what motivated them to launch their own businesses.
Designer Lauren Stonehouse tells us about her children’s fashion brand Oak and the Little Folk, and explains why family has to come before business.
Artist and illustrator Kat Archibald tells us about the inspiration behind her sassy greeting card designs for Katsillustration, and why she enjoys nothing more than portraying women having fun and living their best life.
Johanna Franks, interior designer and founder of lighting and interiors brand Love Frankie, tells us what it’s like to run a physical and online business and why handmade products are so special.
Illustrator and graphic designer Andrea Huntley tells us about her design studio, Monkey and the Giant, and being inspired by Keith Haring’s ‘Crack is Wack’ mural in Harlem as a child.
Self-confessed colour addict, Barbeline Lusandu, tells us about her design journey – from childrenswear to interiors – and how her childhood in the Congo helped shape her love for print.
Lizzie Chancellor tells us what it’s like running her eponymous design studio and why her greeting cards are like nothing you’ve seen before.
We caught up with the legendary Headmistress of the New York School of burlesque and author of The Burlesque Handbook, Jo Weldon, to talk about her love of leopards and latest book, ‘Fierce: the History of Leopard Print‘.