Showcasing strong runway looks from our designer collaborations in New York, Milan and London as well as pieces from our trade partners in China, South Korea, Italy, France, Denmark, Greece and Russia, the Saga Furs AW19 shoot is here.
Shot in and around the Saga Furs Design Centre – the heart of our product development and exciting new fur techniques, the images capture not only the major trend stories for the season but also the creativity, innovation and superior quality craftsmanship that Saga Furs and our partners represent.
Here’s your first look at the AW19 images and key statement pieces.
Using white Saga® Mink, Cristiano Burani gives a new point of view to the traditional kimono silhouette, adorned with hand stitching and an oversize zipper belt in place of the obi.
Cool kid on the block: denim with lavish dyed Saga® Fox and graffiti patches from Romeo Hunte plays on couture meets street.
Gabriele Colangelo’s inky Saga® Mink lined with the season’s covetable check trend is a masterpiece of modern minimalism.
Sugar rush: knitwear maestro Victor Glemaud brings his beautiful craftsmanship to this sherbet-hued Saga® Mink knit that bridges elevated loungewear with luxury outerwear.
Sally LaPointe makes a strong case for the season’s monochrome colour obsession with her sumptuous Saga® Fox jacket and tonal pistachio silk jumpsuit.
Luar’s critically acclaimed debut collection nails the late nineties aesthetic with this caramel patchworked Saga® Mink jacket, which has the brand’s name scrawled across the back in intarsia.
Pure statement beauty from Francesca Liberatore: natural Saga® Gold Fox draped dramatically over a grey coat.
Cementing her position as an apex purveyor of full fox coats, Astrid Andersen’s baby blue Saga® Fox puffer robe is a power look for a new generation of fur wearers.
Black and snow white Saga® Fox bomber jackets from Italian fur house Numerootto.
Graphic, sculpted volume by Danish fur specialists Utzon using Saga® Finnraccoon.
Minimalist elegance by South Korean premium fur specialists Ds Furs using Saga® Mink.
Lightweight city-ready multi-fur elegance from Italian fur house Manzoni 24 using Saga® Mink and Fox.
Utilitarian chic with curved lines and the softest plucked Saga® Mink from Russian fur specialists Furland.
The ultimate varsity jacket: flawless dyed Saga® Mink and Fox make for a streetwear-ready take on luxe sportswear from Greek fur specialists Innov.
A multi-coloured intarsia dream in Saga® Fox by Chinese fur brand Let’s Fur puts an of-the-moment spin on the classic fur jacket.
The check coat gets a hyper-luxurious interpretation with Alena Akhmadullina’s feathered intarsia Saga® Fox piece based on the Russian folk tale The Cat and the Fox.
Sleek on-trend pastel lines from Seoul-based fur house Jindo using Saga® Mink in the intarsia technique.
Like a cloud of candyfloss, Chinese fur house LoLo Fur makes dyed Saga® Fox look utterly delectable.