Fur Fabric Types
Fur fabrics are the true synonym of luxury, so no wonder they come in a plethora of types. They are mainly distincted in two ways:
- by the length of pile: long-pile, medium-pile, and short-pile (a.k.a, low-pile) faux fur fabrics;
- by the degree of popularity of the fur to be imitated. For example, some of the most common 'species' are faux rabbit, shearling, fox, and sherpa. The rarer and more precious sorts of wool, which fake analogues are in fashion include mink, marten, ermine, sable, beaver, chinchilla, leopard, and beaver. The aficionados of pure exclusivity will enjoy faux wolf, husky, and even grizzly bear.
The move against natural fur keeps growing from year-to-year, so for winter 2018/19, the world’s leading fashion houses come up with the coats made of carefully crafted faux fur you will hardly tell from the natural one. Those are such classy designs as:
- patchwork faux-fur coat;
- oversize coats;
- trimmed bouclé coats;
- vintage-inspired coats;
- featuring feather-like insets;
- featuring cosy layers.
As the company that not just tracks the latest fashion trends, but even anticipates them, we are always prepared to offer you the luxurious options that will certainly be en-vogue. Meet softest embroidered sequined rabbit skin chiffon, a sandwiched faux fur placed between two layers of silk chiffon and organza, the metal rivet one featuring the pile in lighter and darker shades, the golden sequined one with a sequin embroidery on a green background, faux fur featuring thick and soft shaped pile arranged in an overlapping, tile-like structure, as well as the long pile faux fur incorporating satin stitch floral embroidery.