A Touch of Faux Fur

December 16, 2012

There’s no denying that, baby, it’s cold outside! Designers prepared for the potentially snowy season by adorning Winter pieces with subtle fur accents. Fur featured on practically anything and everything, creating warmth and texture that exuded understated glamour. At Nina Ricci (above right), Peter Copping worked a decorous fur stole into his collection of fifties-tinged femininity, while Rodarte (below right) added an edge to elegant coats and dresses by lining collars and hems with the luxe material.

A chic faux fur jacket is an effortless way to keep stylishly snug, as shown by actress Olivia Palermo (above left) and her Pringle piece of cosiness. Channel her en vogue evening look with our beige faux fur jacket. Miranda Kerr (above top left) completes her dressed-down yet perfectly polished outfit with her incredible deer-print Alexander Wang tote. She demonstrates that sometimes all it takes to create that wow-factor is a well-chosen accessory.

I adore Miranda’s tote, and was so pleased to find that Yumi do the perfect replica: see their faux fur weekend bag! It’s Christmassy, cute and will add a touch of sophistication to any ensemble!

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  • mandy December 30, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    I know you entitled this article Faux Fur but it is still quite disturbing to see you glorify this horrificly cruel practice by going on about how glamorous fur is. I hope Yumi stays completely away from real fur!!

  • Izzy Stocks January 10, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    Hi Mandy, I am an animal lover and I would never wear real fur that animals have suffered for! I wrote this article because I am supposed to cover trends and faux fur is a reoccuring winter trend because of its warmth. I just wanted to express that I like this Yumi bag as it has a christmassy theme- it is of course NOT real fur and is just the same type of material you would find on a cosy dressing gown! x