While Vancouver is raging about Quatchi the Olympic mascot, fashionistas the world over are watching models strut down the catwalks introducing the new yeti-inspired Fall 2010 Fur megatrend.
While the Fall 2010 fur trend is evident in the form of hats, shoes, trims and other accessories, the most prevalent fur theme can be seen in the form of massive coats. Models look cozy, chic, glamourous, elegant and sophisticated in oversized fur coats that resemble a yeti's pelt.
With Fall 2010 fur hailing from the runways of Burberry, DKNY, J. Mendel, Just Cavalli, Karen Walker, Malandrino, Matthew Williamson, Michael Kors, Paris 68 and Zac Posen, it is clear that designers are unanimous in their decision that these yeti coats are far from abominable!
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Top Fashion Designers Draped Models in Fall 2010 Fur
- By: Jeannine BartzFeb 26, 2010