All pelts are first purchased during international fur auctions, which usually take place a few times a year. Depending on the type of fur, these auctions occur in different countries, like Denmark or Russia.
We are supporting animal welfare association and transparency.
Mink, chinchilla and fox pelts, which come from Denmark, Norway and Italy, originate from fur farming.
European fur farms now operate an open farm policy inviting members of the public to visit them and see the welfare standards that are applied. This is usually done to dispel any myths surrounding the care the animals receive, the conditions they are brought up in and how the farms are run.
Today, fur farming is a process that has minimal environmental impact.
Sable and lynx pelts come from Russia and Canada.
Wild fur comes from carefully-managed and abundant wild furbearer populations throughout North America and Russia providing a surplus, which can be harvested on an annual basis without negatively impacting the populations.
Federal, State, Provincial and Territorial governments control this sustainable harvest, which is conducted by licensed trappers using regulated and certified traps during carefully-regulated seasons.
Fur treatment and selection
The treatment is a key step to ensure a premium quality, durable, light and soft fur.
Italian manufacturers have developed the most advanced treatment processes, which is why the luxury industry exclusively sources furs from them.
For each coat in our collection, we manually select the lot of furs it will be made of.
Fur garment design and manufacture
We studied in details the fur fabrication and treatment of materials and have visited a great number of fur fabrics in different countries.
This led us to collaborate exclusively with Italian fur designers for the quality of their tailoring, the elegance and comfort of the cut, as well the excellent working conditions that they offer.
Our fur coats are 100% handmade manufactured, from initial sketches to the final trim. We need 7 working days and 4 highly qualified specialists to produce one fur coat.