Chic fur brand Vtoroy Mekhovoy has tapped into the Russian love for the grand and elegant with a collection that mixes fur and flapper fashion, created with Kopenhagen Fur Mink and Swakara.
Fur made a splash at London Men’s Fashion Week this month when British designer Edward Crutchley showed off his F/W 19-20 collection.
Not only are they big fans of Kopenhagen Fur Mink, the pair credits the mentorship and inspiration they receive from our innovation centre Kopenhagen Fur Studio as an aid in expanding their brand and vision.
“Kopenhagen Fur has really been a big, big help in that way,” says 25-year-old designer Cathrine Saks.
French fashion giant Christian Dior has unveiled a pre-Fall 2019 menswear collection filled with light, shadows, and fur. The tech-noir styled Tokyo show highlighted Kopenhagen Fur Swakara pelts in a palette of metallic silvers, blacks, and blues, melding clean cut lines with the ornate patterning of the African lambskin.
Two outstanding new fur designs created with Kopenhagen Fur Mink and inspired by art, sustainability, and the combination of various materials were rewarded at the prestigious JFA design contest in Japan last month.
Kopenhagen Fur regularly collaborates with chic brands to encourage the use of fur in fashion. One of our most recent successes was the Autumn/Winter collection of Danish womenswear manufacturer 2NDDAY.
Mixing street style with fur artisanry, the Italian fashion house paid tribute to different aspects of craftsmanship at their headquarters in Rome last night. It was an aesthetic feast for the senses, says Kopenhagen Fur’s VP for Design and Creativity Julie Maria Iversen, who attended the event
This Sunday, designer Romeo Hunte revealed his first ever womenswear collection during New York Fashion Week SS19. The collection will be in stores from Spring 2019 and features sporty separates and swimwear as well as outerwear fur styles created in close collaboration with Kopenhagen Fur.
This year, Kopenhagen Fur participated in Copenhagen Fashion Week SS19 via three brand collaborations.