Furla’s new collection is something to die for
Posted by Réka Szentesi · Aug 21, 2014

We have fallen in love once again… The Italian brand’s, Furla’s new collection is now available at the stores.

Classic and elegant as always, with high quality materials, this is Furla’s autumn collection for 2014. Modernist shapes and volumes are inspired by the new eco-friendly architecture, perfectly integrated with the land and the city, characterizing the essential, refined structure of the bags. The chromatic flow of the collection is a tribute to the Italian landscapes, their misty twilight and the vibrant colors of the cities.

A riot of different shades of red with pinkish accents interprets the theme of passion, with more neutral colors such as classic camel and elegant shades of grey in the background.

Use of high-quality leathers such as fur and jaguar print pony matches perfectly with a classic, timeless palette of ultra-sophisticated neutrals. The collection is lit up with precious and metallic shades in the form of special materials such as glacé python, sheared sheepskin in shocking hues and floral print calfskin.

Two bags define the Furla image for the 2014/15 Fall-Winter season-both with a strong personality, perfectly expressing the combination of craftsmanship and innovation that characterizes the brand. The Alice bag is the utmost expression of the Italian tradition of leatherwork, combining a passion for handcrafted detail with modern lines and extra-cool matches.

The Metropolis bag with its small shapes and vivid colors is surely going to be the new it-bag. Which is your favorite?

photos: Furla

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