Fur Coat Cold Storage For Summer

Fur Coat Cold Storage For Summer

Warm Weather Is Not A Friend To Your Fur Coat

Full Length Ranch Sheared Mink Coat with Chinchilla Fur Tuxedo Trim CHinchilla Fur Collar and Chinchilla Fur Cuffs

Full Length Ranch Sheared Mink Coat with Chinchilla Fur Tuxedo Trim CHinchilla Fur Collar and Chinchilla Fur Cuffs

A Fur Coat is like precise instruments. They require particular care and maintenance in order to sustain peak performance,or in this case, stellar wearability. Fur Coats are great in cold weather,obviously. However,they suffer in warm weather. The only way to protect them from the heat of summer is to make sure to place them in cold storage by the time spring season is in full swing. Continue reading “Fur Coat Cold Storage For Summer”

Fur Designers Marc Kaufman Furs

Fur Designers

Fur Designers are the key to trend setting fur fashions,globally

Fur designers are the mainstays and primary components of the fur business. They are the ones who determine style and function of fur coats and fur accessories. In other words, just as the designers in the general world of couture fashion, fur designers are the focus and tip of the spear in terms of fur trends and sales.


Fur Designers

Fur Designers

Fur designers have always been at the forefront of fur fashion trends. Fur designers such as Dennis Basso,Karl Lagerfeld and Prabal Gurung and Marc Kaufman Furs have been the main drivers of fur fashion trends for decades. In the case of Marc Kaufman Furs, nearly 150 years and three centuries have distinguished them from the others in terms of fur design and consumer sales.

Joe Namath Marc Kaufman Furs

Joe Namath Marc Kaufman Furs


Marc Kaufman Furs creates luxurious classic to contemporary fur designs. Their client base ranges from the political/celebrity elite to rank and file global denizens. The Marc Kaufman Furs design team is always active with ongoing fur coat and fur accessory creations. Celebrated actors,actresses,sports figures and entertainment icons all shop Marc Kaufman Furs for fashion forward,trendy fur designs. The next time you are in need of an amazing fur, come to one of the premiere fur designers in the business today,Marc Kaufman Furs. You will be glad you did.

Fur Coat Fur Accessory Cold Storage Marc Kaufman Furs

Fur Coat Fur Accessory Cold Storage Marc Kaufman Furs



Fur Coat Restoration Marc Kaufman Furs

Fur Coat Restoration

Your Fur Coat Can Be Restored (In Most Cases)

Fur coat restoration is a creative process that could involve many layers of skilled labor on the part of the right furrier. Rips,tears damaged skins;these are a few things that may need the restorative process. Marc Kaufman Furs is one of the premiere furriers who specialize in fur coat restoration.


Marc Kaufman Furs has been in the fur business for almost 150 years. This is an astounding feet in such a niched industry where many come and go. They have serviced thousands of clients and have worked on thousands of fur restorations and remodels. A better expert,you would be hard pressed to find. The Marc Kaufman Fur business model revolves around customer service. Their design superiority and manufacturing capability,makes Marc Kaufman Furs a furrier amongst furriers.


The next time you should have a fur coat or fur accessory that may need restoration,bring it into Marc Kaufman Furs at their flagship store location in New York City. Their address is 212 west 30th street New York,New York 10001. Give them a call at 212-563-3877. Their team of certified professional will take care of you.


Marc Kaufman Furs

Marc Kaufman Furs



Why Fur Coats are In Vogue

Marc Kaufman Furs Presents a demi mink fur cape with canadian lynx fur hood from Marc Kaufman Furs New York,Argentina,United Kingdom,Austria,Denmark,Norway,Australia,Finland,Saudi Arabia,Oman,Kuwait,Jordan,Egypt

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Fur coats will always be in vogue. The immediate future is a bright one for the universal fur coat lover. The winter (2015 notwithstanding) has always been the showcase for the marvel that is the fur coats. The essence of this outerwear wonder,is it’s two fold appeal. First, the sheer beauty and variety of furs and styles of boggles the optics of most fashion observers (both active and passive style lovers). Second, is the practicality of owning and adorning a fur coat. Seasonal temperatures that dip low into the colder nether regions of the Mercury , dictate an outerwear item that is able to insulate one while not requiring burdening layers of clothing. The fur coat accomplishes this feat like no other outwear  item in existence.

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Fur Coats Fur Jackets Sales Booming

Fur Coats booming after swing from fashion faux pas to catwalk favourite

Figures show farmers stepping up production to meet soaring demand for mink, sable, fox and ferret pelts

Fur pelts
Buyers and sellers trade animal fur pelts at a fashion fair in Hong Kong. Photograph: Alex Hofford/EPA 

They are not alone in falling off the anti-fur wagon. Figures from the International Fur Federation show that the industry is enjoying another year of considerable growth. The demand for mink, sable, fox and ferret has soared and farmers have stepped up production.

In 2013/14, 87.2m mink pelts were produced around the world, worth a total of £2.2bn, with 35m produced by China alone.

China also remains one of the biggest producers of fox pelt, and together with Finland was responsible for 91% of the 7.8m fox furs produced globally.

The figures – the first to show a breakdown of different pelts – follow on from research by the IFF last year which valued the global fur trade at more than £26bn.

On the British catwalks last year, more than 60% of shows featured fur, and at New York fashion week the figure topped 70%. While luxury labels such as Fendi have a long history of featuring real fur in their shows, fur is increasingly being used by newer brands as well. In New York, the up-and-coming label Cushnie Et Ochs said fur was its favourite material of the season, adding that it was “not ashamed”.

This month Karl Largerfeld said he would be putting on a special “couture fur” show to mark his 50th anniversary of working for Fendi. “For me, fur is Fendi and Fendi is fur, fun furs” he said. “Fendi is my Italian version of creativity. The Fendi haute fourrure fashion show is the opportunity to stage the royal furs of furs.”

He told the New York Times: “For me, as long as people eat meat and wear leather, I don’t get the message. It’s very easy to say no fur, no fur, no fur, but it’s an industry. Who will pay for all the unemployment of the people if you suppress the industry of the fur?”


In the 80s it was a serious fashion faux pas to step out in real fur, but today’s celebrities are rarely seen out of it. Rihanna and Rita Ora have recently been pictured in real mink coats, and Kim Kardashian dressed her one-year-old daughter North West in what was thought to be a $3,500 (£2,300) crystal fox fur coat at last month’s New York fashion week.

Lady Gaga made a Naomi Campbell-esque turnabout on the issue. Having initially denounced fur, she was later pictured in a full-length coat made of white pelt, and went on to say: “You see a carcass, I see a museum pièce de résistance.”

Mark Oaten, CEO of the International Fur Federation, said he was unsurprised by the growth in productionas the taboo around wearing real fur was fading into irrelevance. “We knew from the catwalks that fur is certainly being used much more by designers and from some of the retail figures, which can be patchy and difficult, that the sales are going strongly,” he said. “So with this increase in demand, farmers are deciding to invest more in fur farms and increase production.”

Oaten, a former Liberal Democrat MP, said Asia and Hong Kong remained the big players in the fur trade, both in terms of demand and production, but emphasised there was a shift towards buyers in America and Europe.

“Designers appear to be embracing it, customers appear to be embracing it and we certainly find the younger generation have less of an issue with fur than the younger generation of the 1980s,” he said.

“But it’s changed rapidly, even in the past three or four months. We’ve seen a change of patterns of the kind of consumers in Asia. Six months ago I would have said Beijing and Shanghai are really hot markets, but now we are seeing a shift away to the second- and third-tier cities in China as well. We’ve also seen an enormous increase in America because fur has had an incredibly busy runway and it has also been extraordinarily cold.”

In the UK, members of the British Fur Trade Association reported a 20% increase in sales last year. The association’s chief executive, Mike Moser, said the growth was being driven as much by younger generations as by foreign millionaires.

“It’s hot stuff because fur is being used in a real fun way in fashion now,” he said. “It’s more accessible for young people because of the increase of fur trims on coats and fur accessories.

“The BFTA runs an annual competition for design students using fur and this year we’ve seen a 50% increase in the number of students taking art. They just want to use fur in their designs which proves there such a strong interest in the younger generation.”

While the fur industry in countries such as Canada, the US and Europe remains heavily regulated, concerns remain over China, which is much more lax about the welfare of animals. Oaten conceded it was a concern for the IFF and said cleaning up the Chinese fur trade remained a priority.

“Obviously with so much mink coming from China, one of my big priorities is to make sure that they understand what the requirements are for welfare,” he said. “I was in China a couple weeks ago meeting with government officials. They have already adopted Council of Europe guidelines on welfare and we’ve had a long dialogue with them to implement even stronger welfare protocols. The difficulty does still lie in ensuring these regulations are always enforced in such a large country.”

Oaten said he was a personal fan of pelts. “I use a lot of fur for interiors,” he said. “Though I’ve not yet found a fur coat that suits me.”

Sales for fur jackets and coat selling strong.

Marc Kaufman Furs NYC Designer Fur Fashion. Fur Coats Fur Jackets Valentino Furs

Designer Fur Fashion. Fur Coats Fur Jackets Valentino Furs

Marc Kaufman Furs in New York City, NY ships your fur purchases and rentals to wherever you may be: Chicago, Illinois, Detroit, Michigan, Buffalo, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, California, Minnesota, Seattle, Washington, Philadelphia, Taos, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Atlanta, Georgia, Portland, Oregon, Park City, Utah, Idaho, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Wyoming, Montana, Aspen, Colorado, Missouri, Anchorage, Alaska, Moscow, Russia, London, UK, England, Seoul, South Korea, Geneva, Gstaad, Lausanne, Zurich, Switzerland, Germany, Paris, Chamonix, France, Austria, Italy, Dubai, UAE, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, China, Tokyo, Osaka, Japan, Toronto, Whistler, British Columbia, Quebec, Canada, Helsinki, Finland, Stockholm, Sweden, Copenhagen, Oslo, Norway, Melbourne, Sydney, Australia, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Singapore; to all 50 States, and just about anywhere else in the World! With over 2000 quality furs to choose from, and the option to design your own, Marc Kaufman Furs of NYC has the most extensive online fur selection in the World.

Long Hooded Mink Jacket, exclusively from Marc Kaufman Furs in NYC

Few labels conjure up the love of femininity like Valentino. There is something otherworldly about the Valentino name, the sophistication it represents and the impeccable touch that has become its trademark. Valentino Garavani — the original Monsieur Valentino — made his name by dressing the ‘golden society’ of his day, the way Jean Dessès had done before him, and Jacques Fath before that.

How on earth can anyone develop a contemporary line in the footsteps of this master? The answer is in the muslin, the satin, the leather and the broadtail, as worked by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli. These two are deftly redeveloping what Valentino is today and will become tomorrow.

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This particular line-up, aside from its numerous looks, channeled some expected key Valentino trademarks — red gowns, ethereal pink creations, ‘polite’ jackets, that very special luxe finish. What Chiuri and Piccioli unexpectedly introduced this time was a more hard-edged quality with lots of black and leather. Part of this collection could be well suited for an updated version of Luis Buñel’s Belle de Jour.

In actuality, the pair reflected folkloric influences, which became apparent with the embroidered pieces and some of the patch-work looks. Folkloric can mean many things; in this case, some late 18th century Campania-style embroideries, some 19th century smocking and even some 20th century Russian fantasy.

This collection couldn’t have been more different than what Valentino Garavani might have done himself; though, these two managed to distill enough Valentino-esque touches to maintain the rich and elegant heritage of a Valentino collection. The fur details, for example, were kept to broadtail and pony, which camouflaged effortlessly with leather, crepe and satin. The overall look, clean and modern, still delivers the love of femininity that made the Valentino name.


Dyed Green Silver Fox Fur Vest, exclusively from Marc Kaufman Furs in NYC

Marc Kaufman Furs is the Largest Fur Store in NYC.  We have  a large selection of designer fur coats and fur jackets at wholesale pricing.  Full length designer fur coats, designer mink coats,  fur jackets, fox coats, fox jackets, sable coats, and sable strollers. For the softest in furs we have the finest Chinchilla trimmed mink coats, chinchilla coats, chinchilla jackets, lynx coats,.  Enjoy your shopping experience at  Marc Kaufman Furs, NYC ‘s Best Place to in NYC. Professional  fur storage, fur cleaning, fur repair.  Furrier on premises

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