Yves Salomon is looking for ways to make fur more accessible, with shearling and suede among the key materials for fall.

Versatility was a driving idea this season: coats and capes with reversible pairings of shearling and fur, or suede and leather; long vests in a variety of hair lengths — the fluffier, the richer — to wear over any outfit, as well as one coat with detachable, reversible layers for multiple combinations.

Several new techniques were highlighted: inkjet impression; micro-intarsia inlays in tweed, tartan or floral patterns, and metallic effects that preserved the softness of the fur.

Boyish short-hair peacoats, bathrobe shapes, patent shearling aviator jackets, a mechanic’s jumpsuit in buttery suede and blousons with sporty ribbed cuffs were among the fresher options on display.

By  on March 5, 2017

Yves Salomon is looking for ways to make fur more accessible, with shearling and suede among the key materials for fall.

Versatility was a driving idea this season: coats and capes with reversible pairings of shearling and fur, or suede and leather; long vests in a variety of hair lengths — the fluffier, the richer — to wear over any outfit, as well as one coat with detachable, reversible layers for multiple combinations.

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