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Implementation of the pilot project on the labeling of fur products
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 Implementation of the pilot project on the labeling of fur products - RFID  Update

Moscow - August 19, the international fur fair Mosfur held a seminar on the "Implementation of the pilot project on the labelling of fur products," organised by the Russian Fur Union with the support of the International Fur Federation (IFF).

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IFF’s August 2016 Member of the Month – Turkey

 IFF’s August 2016 Member of the Month – Turkey

IFF has members in over 40 countries around the world who all do some amazing work: on promoting the fur trade, in improving animal welfare, environmental and employment standards and in the fashion and PR sectors too.

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Robert H. Zimbal Passes Away at age 85

  Robert H. Zimbal Passes Away at age 85

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Robert Zimbal, Sr. Bob of Zimbal Mink - was well known throughout the world and a leader in the mink industry. .

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Kopenhagen Fur: Preliminary Sales Program – September 2016

Kopenhagen Fur: Preliminary Sales Program – September 2016

INSPECTION: From August 30 – September 8, 2016
SALES: September 9 - 15, 2016

The preliminary sales program for Kopenhagen Fur's September 2016 auction is now ready. The offer will include 4 Million mink furs as planned previously along with a series of other skin types.

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Fur Fair Shows

Weekly Round Up


Fur stole the show during the recent men’s AW collections, proving that it’s not just for women, with an estimated 63% of shows overall including this most versatile of materials. The icy weather that finally descended on Europe and North America in time for the shows was a perfect backdrop to this catwalk trend, which we are likely to see, translated into every day fashion.

In the first of the shows in London, 28 of the 60 designers (47%), including Astrid Anderson, Coach 1941 and JW Anderson used fur across accessories, coats, and jackets. The true showstoppers of the day were the oversized and over-­‐fluffed coats showcased by Burberry and Coach 1941.

However, fur made its biggest impact during Milan Men’s Fashion Week AW16, with a majority – 35 out of 38 designers (92%) – crafting beautiful garments with the material; from Dolce & Gabbana’s oversized coats to the fur stoles of Marni. One collection that really caught the imagination of those in attendance was Moncler’s AW 16 collection, with the French-­‐Italian lifestyle brand assembling coloured furs in a patchwork effect to create a dramatic camouflage collection.

Next up in Paris, 32 of the 49 designers (65%) incorporated a range of furs, from Boris Bidjan Saberi’s black drop-­‐crotch fur shorts to Valentino’s longline mixed pelt gilets. Whilst the gothic punk stylings of Rick Owens shocked with a blend of horror films and furs, it was Louis Vuitton that caught the essence of sartorial Paris.

Mark Oaten, CEO of International Fur Federation (IFF), said: “It’s brilliant to see this season's men’s collections making huge fur style statements. Designers are sending men down runways in a wide range of wearable fur styles: everything from the modern bomber, fur trimmed parka and the classic coat with an oversized fur collar or stole as a modern twist. None of these would look out of place in any major city across the globe. Admittedly the more whimsical animal prints and full fur garments might raise a few eyebrows, but all in all, more and more men are comfortable wearing fur, and it's a trend you can't ignore.”

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