Pajaro, dreams on the catwalkOn October 19th 2016, Pajaro, the company which has been dictating the laws of an extremely innovative and technological fur concept for more than four decades, held its traditional autumn event, previewing the new trends for the coming 2017/18 season

Nov 08, 2016
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On October 19th 2016, Pajaro, the company which has been dictating the laws of an extremely innovative and technological fur concept for more than four decades, held its traditional autumn event, previewing the new trends for the coming 2017/18 season

PAJARO-2_show24ott16In the historical home of Villa Sette in Abano Terme (Padova), the design studio was transformed for one evening into an elegant theatre, to showcase the new artistic creations by the company, overwhelming the audience with a riot of colours and a refined creativity, perfectly inbred in the unmistakable Pajaro DNA. The palette does not leave out any hue, proposing for the year to come the autumn tones of orange, mandarin, ochre for minks, even combined with each other and coordinated in the same model with summery pastel shades.
As for the sables, they are covered by the greenish colours of the ocean depths, amaranth and indigo. And, when the inspiration indulges in bold colour combinations, the garments are deliberately left without a lining, allowing the natural beauty of leather to transpire, for a shabby-chic look. The secret weapon is always the excellent craftsmanship in the use of inlaid work, which allows the Pajaro designers to reach new aesthetic goals year after year, more geared towards “leather as a fabric” and the “fur-couture dress”, which Pajaro has been offering its faithful followers for years.

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