EKATERINA AKHUZINA, HEAD OF EKATERINA FURS

She talks to us about the Russian market and how the brand has remained at the top of its game for almost three decades now. “I did not really plan to get involved in this business because my husband earned enough money to support our family. I dreamed about having a family with a lot of children and dogs. But when my father died 16 years ago, I had to immerse myself in the company and continue his business, because it was his life’s work,” she admits...
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STRIPES WITH A STRONG STREAK

If you think stripes are not very flattering, think again. The eternal charm of stripes takes on new dimensions as their fashion value is redefined, seeking to repair their reputation in our minds and find their place once again in our closets. For the AW ’18-’19, INNOV designed a classic piece with quirky stripes in tones of dirty salmon, elevating…
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THE BAGS OF OUR WINTER DREAMS

Fashion loves extraordinary bags. And what could be more extraordinary than a Giancarlo Petriglia bag? His new AW 18/19 collection brings out the harmony and uniqueness of modern forms with the style and elegance of the past. The creator knows how to generously offer women the possibility of choice, acknowledging that luxury is freedom. From this collection we have singled…
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FROM PARIS WITH FUN

Designer-to-watch Julie Pasquet, the brains behind the Parisian handmade jewelry brand Bijoux de Famille, shares her F/W ’18-’19 European Dream and dedicates her Fashion collection to three legendary fashion icons: Coco Chanel, Anna Wintour, and Karl Lagerfeld. Its central pieces are necklaces, chandelier and articulated, crystal earrings, pearls, and fur. Hound’s-tooth for Fluffy Coco, the green and pink of the…
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SALA SILVERMINE, A journey to the centre of the Earth

Without a doubt, this is one of the most original and interesting concepts anywhere. It concerns the Sala Silvermine, one of Sweden’s historical treasures, a place where silver was mined for many centuries. The underground environment is what remains of the hard work searching for silver during the 16th-19th centuries. Silver was an important commodity for Sweden at the time…
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