If you’re not familiar with the emerging brand Dita Furs, then you’re behind the times! We have discovered them relatively recently while scouting exhibitions, where we realized that this brand is all-encompassing as it creates collections for all body types and is highly imaginative in its combinations of materials. And using materials properly indicates a high level of know-how. The comfortable, casual, photogenic collection is exclusively made of Saga Furs Fox types and the brand is here to stay.

The Saga Furs Oyj auction (the only publicly listed company of its kind) with Saga Furs Design Centre have changed the meaning of fur in today’s world: they share innovation and expertise in fur-making and its teams of furriers teaches selected techniques, helping designers come up with creative ideas and add value to their collections.

“We´re proud of our partnership with Saga Furs and dazzled by the beauty of Saga Furs products. All fox types are the best of the best! Our team has also based many design concepts on techniques from Saga Furs Design Centre,” says Pavlos Papageorgiadis, the brand’s CEO.

In the A/W 18-19 Dita Furs collection you’ll find vests, jackets, and coats for every occasion. We have selected a few for the chillier summer nights and early fall evenings that you can add to your wardrobe:

A woolen knit vest with a hood in black and white, combined with Saga dyed blue fox stripes in hues of tortura.

A black and white short-waisted jacket from Saga Furs in Arctic Marble Frost Fox with a luscious English collar made of Saga Furs Silver Fox.

A long jacket from Saga Furs Fawn Light Fox stitched with Saga Furs Golden Island Fox in the generous English collar.

Dita Furs opens its flagship in Moscow at 13 Leninsky Avenue. The boutique will the first in the world to present the brand’s philosophy. Elegance, femininity, and timelessness have been artistically brought together to create the store’s ambience,” says Pavlos Papageorgiadis, the brand’s brain.

Its new home in Moscow will be ready to receive the Russian elite in early September.

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