With fur trending on runways from London to Milan, and the East Coast battered by snow and Arctic temperatures in the States, business at Paris-based fur specialist Yves Salomon is up. Thomas Salomon, in charge of the family-run firm’s international expansion, said the U.S. market is its main focus, with the brand’s trademark rabbit-lined military parkas selling out in no time. This season, the jackets were also offered with a fox layer.

 

Otherwise, a Seventies flair prevailed. It came through in a charming bleached-pink shearling jacket with three-quarter-length sleeves and no collar, as well as a long and lean astrakhan coat that was belted at the waist. Appropriating the decade’s retro geometric patterns, some pieces were patchworked from little strips of mink in a flurry of contrasting colors, each sewn individually by hand.

By  on March 8, 2015

With fur trending on runways from London to Milan, and the East Coast battered by snow and Arctic temperatures in the States, business at Paris-based fur specialist Yves Salomon is up. Thomas Salomon, in charge of the family-run firm’s international expansion, said the U.S. market is its main focus, with the brand’s trademark rabbit-lined military parkas selling out in no time. This season, the jackets were also offered with a fox layer.

 

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