Design centre - Sagafurs. Kopenhagen Fur - Kopenhagen Studio. Kopenhagen Fur News All about Kopenhagen Fur Kopenhagen Studio In 2005, Kopenhagen Fur's creative workshop Kopenhagen Studio was established for the purpose of providing improved support for design and innovation in the use of fur.
At Kopenhagen Studio, furriers, designers and tailors assist interested parties in developing ideas, designs and techniques in fur. Kopenhagen Studio works in the following four focus areas: Unchaining the supply chain. Sedi di Torino / Associazione Scuole Tecniche San Carlo. » Prodotti e mercato - AIP Nazionale. Renderdocument. Tabella Commercio di pellicceria ed elaborati, pellicce artificiali, nel mondo. » Vogue Talents to Support International Fur Design Competition ‘REMIX’ for Third Year. Please see the post below from the International Fur Federation: February 2016: For a third consecutive year, Vogue Talents will be a principal partner to REMIX, the international fashion design competition organized by The International Fur Federation (IFF) and supported by Vogue Talents and MiFur.
The IFF launched REMIX in 2003 in an effort to support the next generation of designers to develop their skills and explore their relationship with fur. The competition gives up-and-coming design talent from across the globe an opportunity to showcase their innovative designs to a highly influential, international audience and to receive global exposure across a range of traditional and online media channels. Previous finalists have benefited from developing relationships across the industry, and some have gone on to work for major labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton and Balmain. The twelve finalists are: Fur Now Ad Campaign.
Design Competition - British Fur Trade Association. BFTA Design Competition – take the first steps towards Milan!
2016 Results: First Prize: Tendai Motiwa from De Montford University – Tendai designed a bomber jacket in felted wool with embroidery and fur embellishment. IFTF ReMix Student Design Competition « FICA – Fur Information Council of America. Home / IFTF ReMix Student Design Competition The ReMix International Student Design competition was introduced in 2003 by the International Fur Trade Federation in collaboration with MiFur, the Milan based international fur and leather exhibition.
The competition aims to encourage, inspire and support young designers as they develop and explore their relationship with fur, as well as giving them an opportunity to showcase their innovative designs to an international audience. Now in its ninth year the program continues to grow with over 250 students from more than 21 countries having taken part since 2003. IFTF ReMix 2014 Forms How ReMix works. International Fur Trade Federation's annual REMIX design competition. Thom Barends has been on our radar for a while now.
Earlier this year, he was a finalist in the 2013 H&M Design awards, impressing us with his chic but confrontational ensembles of long skirts worn with tailored hoodies and Puffa jackets. Now Barends, from the Netherlands has upped his game by winning gold at the International Fur trade Federation’s tenth annual REMIX competition (as well as scooping the Origin Assured Award). Inspired by Jean-Paul goude’s maverick photo collages, today’s roller coaster economics, 1980s decadence and the ramshackle clothing of street beggars, Barends’ collection for REMIX was super-luxe Blade Runner meets fur-trimmed Rhythm Nation and proved the Amsterdam-born designer as a bonafide name for the future.
REMIX’s aim is to encourage, inspire and support young designers as they develop and explore their relationships with fur. For more information about IFTF’s work supporting the next generation of designers, visit wearefur.com. 2015 IFTF ReMix Categories and Rules. IFTF ReMix Student Design Competition « FICA – Fur Information Council of America. All facts No fiction. Fur Trade Valued at 40 Billion Dollars. THE fur trade is worth more than $40 billion (£24 billion), roughly the same amount as the global Wi-Fi market.
Figures released today by the International Fur Federation show that sales of fur products are estimated at $35.8 billion, while farming is valued at $7.8 billion. The industry employs more than one million people, based on statistics from 2012 and 2013. Fur trade - Wikipedia. The fur trade is a worldwide industry dealing in the acquisition and sale of animal fur.
Since the establishment of a world fur market in the early modern period, furs of boreal, polar and cold temperate mammalian animals have been the most valued. Historically the trade stimulated the exploration and colonization of Siberia, northern North America, and the South Shetland and South Sandwich Islands. Today the importance of the fur trade has diminished; it is based on pelts produced at fur farms and regulated fur-bearer trapping, but has become controversial. Animal rights organizations oppose the fur trade, citing that animals are brutally killed and sometimes skinned alive. Fur has been replaced in some clothing by synthetic imitations, for example, as in ruffs on hoods of parkas. Archive:Textile, clothing, leather and shoe production statistics - NACE Rev. 1.1 - Statistics Explained. This Statistics Explained article is outdated and has been archived - for recent articles on structural business statistics see here.
Data from January 2009. Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Main tables and Database. The manufacture of textiles, corresponding to NACE Division 17; The manufacture of wearing apparel and the dressing and dyeing of fur, corresponding to NACE Division 18, and hereafter called the manufacture of clothing; The manufacture of leather and leather products including footwear, corresponding to NACE Subsection DC, and hereafter referred to as leather manufacturing. Business of Fur - Industry Information.
Fureurope. January 16, 2017 - The implementation of the animal welfare assessment system WelFur marks a milestone in the history of international fur business.
Developed by independents scientists from across Europe, WelFur is a reliable assessment tool that will help replace perceptions with facts and provide consumer transparency about the European production of fur. A milestone in European fur history has been reached. The board of Fur Europe has taken the important and far-reaching decision to confirm the implementation of the on-farm animal welfare assessment system WelFur.
Inside the Growing Global Fur Industry. Raccoon dogs at a fur farm, fur, Fendi Autumn/Winter 2015 | Source: PETA, Saga Furs, InDigital LONDON, United Kingdom — Alexander Wang will; Ralph Lauren won’t.
Saks Fifth Avenue will; Selfridges won’t. American Vogue will; British Vogue won’t. The fashion industry is deeply divided on whether to participate in the global fur trade, a market worth more than $40 billion a year that employs over one million people, according to the first study to take into account retail sales, fur farming and production, commissioned by the International Fur Trade Federation (IFTF), which represents national fur trade associations and organisations, and released in 2014 by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Italy. In the last few years, according to the IFTF, global fur sales have more than doubled, from $15.6 billion in 2011 to $35.8 billion in 2013. Fureurope. FICA Facts « FICA – Fur Information Council of America. The fur industry is one of North America’s oldest and most historically significant industries, supporting thousands of jobs.
Fur remains a plentiful, renewable natural resource and a highly desirable consumer product. What is the Fur Information Council of America? The Fur Information Council of America (FICA) is the largest fur industry association representing fur retailers and manufacturers across the country who collectively account for over 80% of U.S. fur sales. FICA’s 35 member board of directors includes the CEOs of the nation’s largest fur retailers, manufacturers, and auction houses, as well as wildlife management and agricultural experts.