This trend has been passing from season to season for many years now. No doubt, such a long life is due to the deep convictions of more and more people take care of our little brothers. The fashion industry has also significantly reduced the production of natural fur clothes - for example, two years ago, Gucci completely abandoned animal fur, starting a new era of the brand under the slogan "We are going fur-free". For a couple of years, this trend has been picked up by many designers, and, on today's catwalks, things made from natural fur have become an exception rather than an indispensable element of all collections.
This fall, designers offer a wide variety of artificial furs. Miuccia Prada inspires us to awaken our inner beast by putting on sassy faux fur coats from her Miu Miu fall-winter 2020 collection, or to choose more elegant belted Prada's models.
Michael Kors Collection and Givenchy relied on maxi fake furs of neutral shades. However, in the vision of the silhouette, the brands still diverged - it makes sense, New York and Paris are like different planets! While Michael Kors took oversized models so beloved by Americans as a basis, Clare Waight Keller chose elegant silhouettes in the spirit of French chic.
|Michael Kors Collection|
If you got already bored of classic fur pallet, then the Shrimps fall 2020 collection is definitely for you! London based brand, known for its love of rebelliousness and bright colors, created fantastic models with different prints and cuts. Leopard faux fur coat with a сollar, waisted one with abstract print or electric short jacket with blood-red roses - this not an easy choice we leave to you!