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Andrea Cheng
Mar 05, 2015 @ 5:02 pm

Emma Roberts walked on the wild side and topped off two vastly different looks—one day, one night—with the same fiercely cool leopard-print coat.

Earlier this week, Roberts stepped out to support the Kindred Foundation for Adoption's Inaugural Fundraiser event where she amped up her style game (and simultaneously landed on our best-dressed list the following day) in a black Cynthia Rowley flouncy-hemmed dress, complete with the animal-print Coach peacoat, a red carryall, and black lace-up Stuart Weitzman sandals (above, right).

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The next day, she perfected her off-duty look, trading in last night's LBD for a casual striped tee and black skinnies and her heels for menswear-inspired brogues, while keeping the statement-making coat and carryall (left). The effect? Street style perfection.

And the best part—the coat is up for grabs now. But do note, this is no ordinary coat. It's a part of a much bigger story told by Coach's creative director Stuart Vevers in a collaboration done with contemporary artist Gary Baseman for the brand's spring/summer 2015 collection. Together, they brought a world of fictitious creatures, including Buster Le Fauve (French for "Buster the Wild Beast"), to life through charms, graphics, unique drip leopard prints on tees, knits, and, you guessed it, coats. Go wild for the "Wild Beast" coat, which is available for $995 at coach.com.

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