The Art of Luxe: Color, Color and more Color!

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Color, color and more color! Bolero by Paula Lishman, poncho by Belle Fare

Nothing more exciting than a spectacular runway show, when sipping wine and reminiscing about the Naffem VIP tour! I attended  the Art of Luxe fashion show which celebrates fur designers such as Paula Lishman, Zuki and young creators sponsored by Kopenhagen Fur. I was seated in the front row, and was immediately submerged by the passionate violinist’s performance. This musical piece by Dr.Draw was a brilliant way of presenting the craftsmanship we were about to see. Backstage I could tell emotions were running high for last minute preparations when suddenly the bright lights snapped on, the music set the mood and names of designers appeared on a giant LED screen.

dr draw playing at NAFFEM

Dr.Draw captivated the audience

As models made their way down the catwalk we could not help but notice the striking contrast between dark furs and the model’s bright outfits. Andy Warhol would of been proud of the outstanding visual influence his Pop Art had over the theme of the show. The interpretation of Warhol’s work (powerful & electric colors) was gracefully translated on Naffem’s runway.

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Canadian designer Paula Lishman, inventor of knitted and washable fur

Seeing is believing, this expression comes to mind when gazing upon the magic of a colorful Lishman beaver poncho at the Naffem show. It’s incredible how fur can captivate your senses and make you escape to a world of fantasy were color, fur and glamour are personified. We’ve certainly come a long way from grandmas old fur coat! What would you think about being able to wash your beaver knitted poncho after you’ve worn it? Guess what? You can! In contrast to the typical Mexican urbane poncho, this renewed version is not only glamourous but also practical.

Canadian designer, Zuki, flower, fur,

Speachless!

I felt my pulse rise when Zuki runway model walked before me with a sublime flower coat. The contrast of vibrant lilac, blue and red flowers on a soft black fur with fox trim created the perfect miss match. The difference of textures between the fluffy trim and the black shiny body also stood out. My only regret from this experience is that I could not leave the show with one of these magnificent fur coats!

Stay tuned for my discussion with Eddie Maleterre about his inspirations for hair & makeup.

euroline, natural furs international, mink patchwork

A mix of furs to add texture. Coat by Euroline, vest by Natural Furs

Natural furs, BluesArt, seal fur

Tailored fur coats by Natural Furs and BluesArt

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Kopenhagen Fur luxurious outerwear

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6 thoughts on “The Art of Luxe: Color, Color and more Color!

  1. I”am impress with vision and charismatic approach of this young writer towards the fur industry.
     
    Congratulations.

  2. who said that Art is painting only, what a wonderful art of writing , i felt i was there and as you said Shaty my pulse raised when reading your words.
    starting summer with those colurful fur and words seems to be prometting for more and more from you
    keep the good work.

  3. I love the way you describe. You have a really nice way of writing. It doesn’t seem fake or negative.
    Some other bloggers are very technical in their writing as if it a manual. good job !

  4. I want me some washable fur! Your vivid descriptions perfectly translate the sensational experience you had at the Naffem show. Keep writing about what inspires you, it makes for great reading!

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