How to SuCCeeD! Prior to selling a mink crop, an auction house will subject pelts to close scrutiny and sort them into groups, or bundles, of the same quality. For a farmer to do well during grading, he must focus on four points all year long: Size, Color, Coverage and Density.
Hand Crafted Works of Art Great care is given to selecting and processing each pelt that will be used to make a garment.
Nearly 500 Designers Presented Fur in Fall 2015 Collections Bolstered by healthy retail gains in 2014, U.S. fur retailers are positioned for another strong selling season in 2015-16.
We all belong to the same bare race. We all, ultimately, care for the same things, and we are all naked apes, the children of fur.
Fur: Has a New Generation Shrugged Off the Old Stigma? New statistics from the International Fur Federation suggest a once-reviled industry is thriving.
Campaign Shows the Modern Face of Fur The International Fur Federation (IFF) has developed a global fashion campaign to communicate the modern face of fur and to break down stereotypes around what fur is and who wears it.
Fur or Faux? Say Goodbye to the Old Taboos The real deal is making a comeback, ironically driven by the abundance of fakes, writes Francesca Fearon.
Perceptions Change With Education “Anti-fur sentiment has waned as more ethical practices lure younger generations to their modern designs,”
Be a Sensitive and Smart Consumer! You can be sensitive to concerns about the Earth and smart about your clothing choices! Read on to learn why fur is nature’s most beautiful, natural fiber and one of the most environment-sensitive choices you can make!
Let Me Count the Ways Born in Canada where temperatures routinely fell to 20 degrees blow 0, fur coats kept the cold at bay.