Pure Femininity : fur
That is the first concept that comes to my mind when I think of fur, what it is, what it represents and has always represented throughout history.
The softness, warmth and comfort that it expresses reach every sense, it is irresistible, provoking, leading. Fur, in its detail when it is a detail, in its entirety when it is a garment, enriches, adds value, never goes out of fashion, never fades.
A feminine neck is enhanced when surrounded by a soft fur collar ( like a jewel maybe, but without recalling the cold of metal ), acquires an uncommon sensuality, begs to be embraced, kissed, and suggests unparalleled perfumes and emotions.
Fur wrists and sleeves remind us of warm caresses in winter surrounded by the cold seasonal wind, when you shake the hand of the person next to you, inviting them to come closer to conserve the warmth gained and jealously kept inside the jacket.
Then there’s the erotism that is personal to the woman dressed imaginatively, far from the stereotypical summer bikinis and tops that pretend to cover.
The woman who, naked, wears a fur, recalls the collective image of the sophisticated woman, steady and determined but anyway prey to an almost animal instinct, ready to unveil herself, to surprise the man, showing herself totally vulnerable to passion, conceding herself in her marvellous perfection.
In this blog we will go beyond fur as clothing, beyond fashion meaning, we will dedicate ourselves to the icon, the symbol, the femininity, what fur represents and has always represented, what it exalts, and what, like a wave, it brings faithfully every year.
It is a question of sensation. And like emotion, it’s no joke.