Đapsule ˝ollection of the fashion house Ekaterina Furs, inspired by the Russian avant-garde and the October Revolution

On December 7, 2017 fashion house Ekaterina Furs presented a capsule collection in the Four Seasons hotel. The source of inspiration was the work of Russian avant-gardists and the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution.
The collection is made of mink fur, polecat, arctic fox, fox, sable and karakul, both natural colors and painted. Inspired by the atmosphere of the 20s-30s, the culmination of the Russian avant-garde, Ekaterina Furs created a bright and very artistic collection. Many references to the works of Malevich, Kandinsky, Goncharova, Lentulov and other artists of that time were demonstrated on the podium. Russian avant-gardists, who spoke out against bourgeoisness, echoed in the heroes of modern streetstyle. Who do not perceive fur clothes as a relic of the evening fashion, but combine it with sneakers, jeans and sportswear.
A protest against artificial fur, which flooded the world's podiums, makes this collection revolutionary. Like the revolutionaries of 1917, Ekaterina Furs voiced their position. Artificial fur is not environmentally friendly, plastic does not decompose for centuries and pollutes the world around us. Acrylic polymers, of which that coats are made, contain elements that are toxic to nature and human health.

Publications about the collection: 
Harper's Bazaar