april, 2017

9jan - 14julAll DayNAFA Sales

27mar - 1aprAll DaySEOUL FASHION WEEK

18apr - 24All DayKopenhagen Fur Inspections

19apr - 21All DaySojuzpushnina Inspections

22apr - 24All DaySojuzpushnina Sales



Fur Style

8 Feb
Riccardo Tisci, Givenchy, FW2017

Riccardo Tisci, Creative Director of Givenchy Moves On

Riccardo Tisci, exited the french fashion house Givenchy in January 2017 after a 12 year tenure in which he revitalised the brand after the 1995 retirement of founder Hubert de Givenchy. Tisci’s departure was revealed in an exclusive story covered by WWD. His last collections for Givenchy include fall men’s and spring couture exhibited at the National Library of France in Paris on Jan 20. Givenchy is coordinating the production of Tisci’s custom designs for a roster of celebs to appear at the Grammy Awards on Feb 12 and the Academy Awards on Feb 26. More

The Fur Guru

4 Apr

Argentina: The Beautiful Fight for the Future.

I have always had a secret curiosity about Argentina. I find their people quite different to the rest of Latin America (in looks and in attitude). Sometimes European trades appear in them but still, they are charged with a fiery and bellicose spirit that comes only from those countries that have had to fight really hard for their independence and a sense of nationality (which, for this Guru, is one of the dealings that define Latinos). I find them endearing too. A big part of my family found their home there and irremediably fell in love with the melancholic but still modern city of Buenos Aires. More

CEO Talks: Mark Oaten

6 Feb
Francois Henri Pinault, CEO of Kering

Sustainability And Transparency Are Key To Luxury’s Success

Environmental concerns are increasingly top of mind for every business, despite Donald Trump’s denial of global warming. Leading businesses confirmed their commitment to the cause at Davos a couple of weeks ago when they launched FReSH, the Food Reform for Sustainability and Health program, under the leadership of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the EAT Foundation (EAT). More

Fur Futures

21 Dec
Russian Fur Union, Fur Futures

Russian Fur Union Introduces the Next Generation to Fur

Russian Fur Union (RFU) started to develop a new project on introducing 12-15 year old school students to the fur industry. On the 3rd of December 2016, RFU organised a lecture «Fur Rainbow» conducted by the teachers of Moscow State Veterinary Academy which prepare fur specialists. In a frame work of this lecture students were told about fur as ecological and versatile material that can be used in all seasons of the year. Teachers demonstrated big variety of different fur kinds and talked about their differences. They also talked about main features of fur as a material for tailoring fur garments, let students hold, touch and have a closer look at fur samples and answered many questions. More