Real and Faux Fur

By Jo Phillips

Fur is a timeless fashion trend which can be used in almost all kinds of garments nowadays. But it is not only popular in fashion, it is also often used for homeware and decoration. Here are some examples of real and faux fur items:

The young luxury brand MILA FURS is combining modernity and tradition, style and function, innovation and artistry in their real fur clothes. The company is a small, London based family team and offers personalised services that make each client feel valued and special. Attention to detail is something the founders of the brand feel strongly about. Furthermore, the brand is also a member of the British Fur Trade association and is committed to the IIF regulations and codes of practice, working only with the highest quality, origin assured furs. The pelts are coloured using natural dyes and are hand crafted from Como. MILA FURS caters to all tastes and budgets, from Fox lined Parkas, Down Coats with Mink to fur trimmed Bombers.



Another brand that focuses on fur garments is Izaak Azanei. The designers are the London-based sisters Karishma, Roshni and Deeya Khemlani and they are known for their chic real and faux fur-trimmed sweaters. Their Spring/Summer 2017 collection is all about irresistible, easy pieces and you can check it out here.
For the freezing temperatures, Izaak Azanai also released some faux fur scarves, which are available here.



Apart from fashion, fur is also often used in homeware. For example, The White Company offers a great selection of faux fur cushion covers and bed throws.



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