It’s almost time to dig out the Christmas decorations and give your house its annual festive makeover. Your wardrobe is no exception of course but before you go reaching for the rhinestones or diamante, there is a better way to add a festive sparkle in the realm of fur fashion. Everyone loves a Christmas turkey but when it comes to trimmings there is nothing more luxurious than the lustrous furs of mink, lamb, chinchilla and fox.
There is no better time than the festive season to indulge yourself and whether you choose a subtle enhancement or go all out with a more extravagant look, a generous addition of fur to your wardrobe is the ideal way to make an impression this Christmas. With more advances in fur fashion technology come new ways to flaunt the qualities the different types of fur carry with them and designers can be more creative than ever when it comes to transforming an outfit with deceptively simple additions. Fur hemlines, cuffs, sleeves and collars can make a huge impact on any attire when applied strategically.
Alexander Wang, Felipe Oliviera Baptista and Nina Ricci will all be getting foxy this winter, applying its voluminous qualities to coat collars, while Moschino Cheap & Chic take advantage of its natural red and browns to striking effect and Christian Dior, Manish Arora and Fendi brighten up coats, stoles, bags and hats with a truly feisty sheen. The Alexander McQueen range turns its attention to dresses, tropical shirts coupless, corseted coats and hoods, adding a feathered effect to the enigmatic Black Swan pale greys, whites and blacks. Ann Demeulemeester joins in the feathering festivities and brings a range of coats boasting long-haired goat in none other than her iconic glistening black.
With its organic, fuller nature chinchilla has always been put to good use on coats, providing them with a more rounded line but more recently it has proven to be the perfect method for adding a segmented dimension to many clothes and accessories. Fur-lover Dennis Basso proves once again that his talent for achieving maximum volume knows no bounds, as he divides and combines with contrasting materials and other furs, such as his coats with their eclectic mix of cashmere, mink and sable, or his indispensable alligator tote.
Betty Jackson adds a touch of mink to create a knitted effect to tops, cuffs and hoods, while Nicole Farhi puts it to effectively brooding use on sleek tropical shirts coupless and blouses. Rick Owens makes his leather cape stand out with beaver lining while Mulberry apply the same effect to their leather coat. Oscar de la Renta doesn’t hold back, taking full advantage of the luxury range to bring you a combination of multi-wools and furs on his rabbit and Merino dress that also boasts a feather embroidered cashgora and fox hood.
This season lamb shows its true colours with a diverse range of textured fleeces, such as Mongolian lamb with its crimped trimming evening gowns from Versace and Sonia Rykiel’s contribution of coat sleeves, or the warmth of Karakul added to accessories from Rochas. Also on offer are Jasper Conran’s Mouton lamb coats, Gianfranco Ferre’s soft Kalgan tropical shirts coupless and bodice, and Toscana lamb in the form of coats, dresses and collars in apricot and olive green from Prada, coats with added depth from Vivienne Westwood and Hermés addition of shearling and leather. The popularity of shearling continues in abundance during the winter months on a multitude of accessories, such as Blugirl’s boots, as well as the lining and trimming on aviators and parkas that so many top designers favour this season.
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