In a series of private appointments on Sunday, Tom Ford quietly showed a collection filled with fur, leather, and snakeskin.
Animal prints abounded: snakeskin booties, leopard-print hot pants, zebra-printed flamingo skirts.
A few weeks ago, a female client from the South spent $1,200 on a Gucci snakeskin bag from Barry.
The snakeskin bird gets its name from its habit of using the cast-off skins of snakes for decorative purposes.
They were all of them arrayed in their snakeskin dresses and other wizard finery.
A snakeskin dangled from St. Christopher's arm and another swung from the saint's sandal.
Milly seemed very happy as she slipped them into her snakeskin and tucked it into her own particular corner of the safe.
He found the man sitting at the door of his hut, making magic with a horsehair and a snakeskin, and some ground-up glass.
There was a dagger in the snakeskin girdle she wore about her waist—a single thrust and she could have killed him.
On one arm was another bead ornament, prettily devised; and on the other a wooden charm, tied by a string covered with snakeskin.