Fall For The Faux

Both From 2013 A/W Collections From Marc Jacobs (Left), Francesco Scognamiglio (Right).

Photo from Style.com. Badgley Mischka F/W 2013.
Fur In Fashion Can Be Dated All The Way Back To The 1400s But Wearing Fur Has Been Around Before We Considered It "Fashion". In History One Of The Things Natives Of America Would Trade With Europe Was Fur (The Fur Trade). Also We Know When Tribes Would Hunt And Kill Animals, They'd Wear Their Fur For Warmth. Fast Forwarding To Today Fur Has Became Iconic For The Colder Seasons In Fashion. Since The 1900s It Was A Fashion Statement To Wear Fur, And A Thing For The Wealthy. Monkey, Raccoon, And Fox Fur Were Made Into Coats, Stoles, And Hats. Today Real Fur Clothing Is Not As Popular As It Was, But Faux Fur Is Still Here. Appearing Every Year In Fashion Week Atleast Once. Bold Blue, Or Icy Ivory, Faux Fur Can Be Made Into Any Color. As Fun As Fur Sounds Today It Is Controversial In The Fashion Industry, And As We Know PETA Always Will Have A Take On It. I Love The Way Fur Looks, And Ill Be Honest Fake Fur Appeals More to Me Than Real. Just Decided To Share My Love For Faux Fur Here. Also I Found A Blog Dedicated To Fur, Fur Insider, Which I Found Helpful, And Full Of Love.

Michael Kors (Pre) S/S 2014 RTW Collection.

Runways Images from Style.com & Vogue.co.uk