OK….this is a bit to scary for me. I hate snakes and am terrified of them but when it comes to fashion accessories like shoes, jackets or bags….love it. I still love all animals and am avid on using faux animal skins as well as faux snakeskin so we can protect many of the species that are being cruelly killed and becoming extinct. This year snakeskin has been ever so popular in fashion and is actually making strides into interior design accessories but in home decor we often use a faux snakeskin leather. This image of model Anja Rubik from February’s Voque Paris magazine is fabulous but scary.
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She is really brave but as they say, greet your fear and you will overcome it! I think this may be true. There are a few other great photographs of her featuring a real snakeskin necklace. Her bravery continues!
But what about the environment and the snakes? We need to protect them and the ecosystem they live in. To be honest, I never really thought about it until one gets educated about the facts. The truth is, mankind now makes fabulous faux products and snakeskin is one of them.
I know of several fantastic looking faux snakeskin and crocodile skin synthetic materials and often they just like the real thing. Sometimes even better.
Betsey Johnson Faux Snakeskin Dress
A wall covered in a faux crocodile or snakeskin wallpaper definitely exudes a luxury look while being eco and animal friendly.
So get wild and bring a little exotic flare into your home and your waredrobe with faux snakeskin and please remember you can be stylish while protecting the wildlife and the ecosystem at the same time.
Images:fashiongoneroque.com;Vogue Paris February 2010 | Vogue-à-Porter by Inez & Vinoodh;wallpaperstogo.com;telegraph.co.uk