Design as testimony, as evidence of the way people see themselves, and their individuality. Design for humans, in the words of Modernist Austrian architect and designer Richard Neutra. The constant dialogue between fashion and design will, in this spring / summer 2018 collection by Furla, on the one hand underscore the richness of Italian tradition—the fabrics made with ancient Italian techniques, woven on vintage shuttle looms—and on the other hand, the complete customization of the styles, when individuality becomes the main reference point.
Furla Fenice, a tote meets a top handle, a bag for contemporary, dynamic women with a chic, cool touch.
Furla Ducale, with the logo’ed lock and a the cheerful play of the scalloped stitches and the
engravings on the metal.
Furla Nuvola, a new incarnation of the classic Metropolis.
Three models repeated in 52 different variations of colors and prints, with a common inspiration: the colors of nature.
52 variations like the weeks of the year: 52 variations to accompany women’s lives throughout the year.
The exclusive designs of Furla – Lavender, Strawberry, Jasmine, Poppy, Woodpecker, Leopard, Flamingo, Zebra, Gardenia, Hibiscus, Toucan, Turtle, Pineapple, Butterfly, Carnation, Kimono, Liberty, Lurex Drops – were crafted on brocades and jacquard, in 52 variations.
Two new models: the Furla Bouganville slipper and the Furla Rialto sandal, developed in all variants of jacquard fabrics with grosgrain onyx and grosgrain silver laminated ribbon (for slippers) and onyx micro petal bottom (for the sandal).
Palazzo Cusani is a gem of Italian Neoclassical architecture, among the many designers who worked on the Palazzo throughout the ages, an essential contribution was given by Giuseppe Piermarini (1734-1808), the architect who designed Teatro alla Scala.
In the Philippines, Furla is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street Central, City of Dreams Manila, Greenbelt 5, Newport Mall, Okada Manila, Rustan’s Makati, and Shangri-La Plaza.