Red and black enhance the intriguing collection of Finnish designer Linda Kokkonen. Tapping into Victorian fashion, streetstyle and an incurably romantic gothic imaginary, the garments swing between a mix of modernism and tradition, abundant with out of time billowy silhouettes like a “contemporary banshee”
The world of the Canadian designer Marie-Ève Lecavalier revolves around a rock and psychedelic spirit and an eco-responsible vision of fashion. Featuring old jeans and recycled leather that take on new shapes, the collection highlights urban and contemporary silhouettes with a touch of eccentricity
Winner of the historic Concorso Nazionale Professione Moda Giovani Stilisti RMI, young fashion designers’ competition in the fur category, and a creative talent who’s already admired at TheOneMilano, in the N1 area, Cagliari-born Mirella Piria tells us all about her vision of fashion and the original concepts behind the fur garments in her capsule collection
Owing to the popularity of LeShow and its extensive, large-scale international advertising campaign, the products of the exhibition participants enter new markets every year, significantly widening the geographic coverage. The massive advertising campaign attracts to LeShow great number of buyer all over the world and specialists from more than 300 cities of Russia
“Almost like a fur diamond, an item to give as a gift and to treat yourself when you’d like a special pampering. A small feminine eccentricity”
The International Fur Federation and Italian Fur Association (AIP) in recent months have presented the traceability and social responsibility programme, “Natural Fur. The Responsible Choice” that the Federation is launching globally and the Italian Association nationally. We talked about the relevant topics with Roberto Scarpella, President of the Italian Fur Association
The new issue of Fur Magazine is out | Full report of Mifur – TheOne Milano
Some images and the back-stage video of the beautiful fashion shoot dedicated to the new fur, elegant and irreverent. Would you like to know more? The May 2018 issue of Fur is the answer, for a taste of the new trends.