Many fashionistas have begun to switch up their wardrobe, swapping out bright colours for more distinctive and bold hues. This season, Furla’s New Fall/Winter 2022 collection steals the show with new designs in which elegance meets more carefree details; where the most rigorous charm finds innate lightness. Like nylon, with its active attitude, protagonist, or vibrant colours.
After that, a natural softness emerges, displaying itself in warm, autumnal tones as well as in the velvety touch of suede and hammered leathers. A collection where spontaneity is highly valued, as seen in the various interpretations of the iconic logo that transforms into a heart or stands out as a contrasting element.
Then, nature transports us to Furla’s earliest days, when floral decorations look to the past and corollas are animated by graphics with digital effects. A hypnotic reference to flowers and animals that returns in various models, alongside inlays of jacquard architectural logos.
Let’s take a look at some of the highlights from the collection:
There is always time to succeed. Particularly with the sporty pop-colored nylon touch that gives the Furla 1927 Soft models a fluo vibe. Cheerfulness reemerges from neon pink or grenadine red to vivid ocean blue. Meanwhile, the Furla Opportunity totes, in both the maxi and mini sizes, interpret nylon in a matelassé version: a soft charm that is perfect for both the city and the mountains.
Furla My Joy
A variety of leather colours or bouclé wool’s brilliant white colour? In the case of the new Furla My Joy, anything is possible. A traditional crossbody bag with a gold metal heart-shaped closure made by crossing and doubling the noble arc of the Furla logo. An icon of femininity is ready to receive a gritty touch from these romantic geometries.
Urban design with warm glacé tones. Furla MiaStella combines elegance and comfort by combining suede and soft leather. It is offered in complementary as well as contrasting colours. A line that includes items like the intriguing and useful tote model, ideal for the office, and the gypsy-inspired bucket bag with shoulder strap and long laces, in true 1970s style.
Prints and Details
Maxi corollas, lynxes, woodpeckers, and butterflies are among the vintage jacquard sculptural models that decorate the Furla Opportunity tote bag. These patterns, which are reminiscent of the Fauves movement, alternate with overlaps of the arched Furla logo in various blue tones. The printed garden full of lavender or poppy flowers on the Ares leather of the Furla 1927 handbags are reemerging in bloom.
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