Yves Salomon is stepping up his game. For his first fall ready-to-wear collection, the French furrier worked a chic contemporary vibe, complementing the house’s fur coats with a group of skirts, tops and dresses. A long, sleeveless vest in gray lamb fur with short mink panels sewn on top looked sleek and modern when topped with a skirt in ponyskin.

Throughout, Salomon made a point of mixing different furs into one outfit, which climaxed in a great collarless overcoat worked in raccoon and shearling panels, its sleeves done in mink.

As for color: Cappuccino, chocolate, silver, beige and deep blue set the tone, but occasionally the furrier painted his coats with polka dots. That motif continued on a series of colored clutches for an urban and on-trend vibe.

Yves Salomon is stepping up his game. For his first fall ready-to-wear collection, the French furrier worked a chic contemporary vibe, complementing the house’s fur coats with a group of skirts, tops and dresses. A long, sleeveless vest in gray lamb fur with short mink panels sewn on top looked sleek and modern when topped with a skirt in ponyskin.


Throughout, Salomon made a point of mixing different furs into one outfit, which climaxed in a great collarless overcoat worked in raccoon and shearling panels, its sleeves done in mink.

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