Out of the fur pantheon, shearling is by far the oldest fashion trend that never falls out of favor. Don’t think so? Just go check out prehistoric cave paintings with their references to animal pelts worn on human shapes, or even 19th century North American trappers donned in buck skins and other pelts.
“Fur Trapper”, Alfred Jacob Miller, 1837
Salvatore Ferragamo – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Burberry Prorsum Shearling Funnel Neck Aviator Jacket
Shearling might simply be the most democratic fur of all, the one type that defies generational differences and socio-economic divides. From “easy-going” to “hippy chic” to ultra-modern, shearling is making its mark on this fashion cycle.
Vivienne Tam – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Rick Owens – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Versace – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Bottega Veneta – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Whereas shearling was often used in a cruder finish in 1970s fashion, recently it has gotten the glam reboot. Designers are currently toying with both the woolen side and the leather/sueded side of the skins to great effect on the runways.
Helmut Lang – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Peachoo Krejberg – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
The leather side of the pelt is currently reworked into a full-fledged design component, now getting as much attention as the fur side. Some designers and couturiers opt to lacquer the leather, or even shave it into a textile-thin finish. Others go as far as merging two skins in one garment – combining mink with lamb leather, for example, for a truly unique and highly fashionable look.
DKNY – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Miharayasuhiro – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Brandon Sun – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Ermenegildo Zegna – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
Jean Paul Gaultier – Fall 2012-Winter 2013
A beautiful Sheared Black Rex Rabbit Cape Jacket from Marc Kaufman Furs in New York’s Garment District
Check out Marc Kaufman Furs’ new collection of Russian sable coats, mink strollers, fox jackets, Canadian lynx jackets, American lynx jackets, knit mink capes, and chinchilla coats or create or design your own mink coats, fox coats, or any type of furs. We custom make fur garments to your specifications.
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https://kaufmanfurs.com/gallery/index.php?cat=38Joe Namath (shown here with Marc Kaufman) wearing his Marc Kaufman Furs custom coyote coat
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