Fur innovation developed by Saga Furs and a fine selection of the company’s quality skins – with their intrinsic added value of sustainability – attracted many visitors to the auction house’s stand. Despite the current state of the Russian market, the 18-21 August fair nonetheless showed some notes of optimism.
“We displayed the skin samples and about 40 technique samples from our R & D department. We had a prominent spot and both were major drawing cards for especially manufacturers, designers and auction customers,” says Dmitri Larionov, Business Manager, East Europe.
Saga Furs presents collections from Russian design students
Collections by Anastasia Mavrina from Saint Petersburg Shtiglitz Academy and a design student from Omsk Design University, Julia Rusinova, were featured at the Saga Furs stand. Both collections illustrated how Saga techniques can be applied to create breathtaking new styles in fur.
The two young designers learned elements of the fur craft at Saga Furs Design Center and were sponsored by the company as part of ongoing cooperative programs with both schools.
Sep 4, 2016