Fashionable furs for the coming winter

It is said that a woman can feel truly chic either by wearing diamonds or furs. Both that and another, a question of a certain age, well at least so it is considered to be. But the world catwalks broke this stereotype with a bang.

Whether "Green Peace" relaxed, but the fashion shows were just filled with furs. Fur is so accustomed to be perceived as a classic that the designers gladly "revived" and gave fur things a "second life". It's no secret that the most important trend of autumn and winter will be clothes made of fur and with fur. And the more of it, the better. Luxurious fur coats of various lengths, sewn according to the principle “the more fur– the better” could easily be seen in the collections of Christian Dior, Altuzzara, Michael Kors, Denis Basso, Ralph Lauren and many other designers.

Lynx, arctic fox, mink, chinchilla, llama – all these are fashionable and elite furs for creating masterpiece fur coats, capes, vests, coats. In addition to fur coats "fashion guru" many more great things to offer! Who would have imagined that fur dresses would be unrealistically popular!

The creative director of the brand Christian Dior Raf Simons came up with this creative idea, and did not fail. Winter coats with fur collars, muffs, and fur decorative inserts on jackets also appeared.

For the first time, designers have offered fur coats from different types of fur. Fur coats combined from different furs can be divided into two types: fur coats from large fur segments and mosaic coats from small pieces of fur and combined with leather.

The creative directors of the Dsquared2 brand created ethno-style fur coats and short fur coats from pieces of multi-colored fur, they received recognition and delight from the public.

Out of any competition were voluminous fur coats and coats made of fur with a long, multi-colored pile. In the Nina Ricci collection, one can observe just such voluminous and multi-colored fur coats that have received such an effect due to the fact that pieces of fur are connected to others in the opposite direction of pile growth.