Last MBFWM edition, fur coats were presented not only to protect from cold temperatures, but to give a modern review in pieces considered so conventional.
The most amazing interpretation was the Steam Punk inspired collection of Jesús Lorenzo for Groenlandia. He presented multicolour treated furs, in patchwork, for a young and daring spirit. The furrier mixed pieces more traditional, with others quite transgressive, approaching the firm to a younger target or to a woman who loves not only deluxe but punk touches, with Mad Max and Blade Runner references, in a virtual scene.
But he also introduced more conservative pieces, which I liked the most, despite of my love to David Bowie and the glam and the retrofuturistic urban style of these previous ones.
So Jesús Lorenzo´s content include every possibility, as part of the third generation of furriers. A familiar tradition reinforced by linking the past, with the future not only in treatment (with A silhouettes, volumes and asymmetric cuts); but also technically, as some pieces are truly “arty”, in hand painted textures and fussion of different materials such as weassel and metallized leather, mink with patterns, or sable fur and wool.
And more proposals seen at MBMFW A/W 2013-14, by Miguel Palacio, Verino, Etxeberría so as the recognized furriers Miguel Marinero and Santiago del Palacio. I´ve already mentioned some of them, but here you can see them in a more detailed coverage.