On Wednesday, December 19, in the Sobol boutique in the Tikhvin Gallery, there will be a demonstration of the collection of the RinDi fur house from Italian Tuscany and a meeting with its head Brunello Rindi. You can register for the event here. We tell you why it is worth attending the party and what to talk about with the designer of leather and fur.
Choosing the perfect fur coat
The full collection of the famous Italian brand RinDi will be first brought to Yekaterinburg for a few days - after the catwalk, each item will be available for purchase in a single copy. In addition to RinDi products, the boutique also has a wide selection of fur coats from the auction sable of leading Italian brands: GianFranco Ferre Furs, MalaMati, Paolo Moretti, Teso and others. Everyone can choose a thing to their liking - in addition to the ready-made assortment, the boutique offers Atelier Italy service, thanks to which you can order a dream fur coat by individual standards from any brand presented.
Interesting facts about the fur industry
After the presentation, Brunello will chat with everyone. You can ask him why porcupine flourishes in warm regions - where it is hard to imagine frost. It is no less interesting to learn the history of the RinDi brand. So, Edo Rindi founded a small fur company in the 1960s in Tuscan Prato. After a couple of decades, its fur manufacture caught up with luxury brands in quality. Now the father’s business is being continued by Brunello and his sister Monica, who are confident that one can and should experiment with furs. The latter opened a name line with trendy outerwear, classic silhouettes were left in the RinDi line, and the most budget and dynamic products, mainly made of leather, are sold under the Jolie brand. In addition, the family opened the eponymous spa in Tuscany.
Talk about fur trends
Feel free to ask Rindy a question about fur trends and the fate of the industry as a whole, because now almost all world brands have started talking about eco-awareness and have reduced the amount of natural fur and leather. It is interesting to know the expert’s opinion on how environmentally friendly the production of faux fur, as well as its forecasts on the demand for its business are alternative ways of development.
Italian wine tasting
Sobol serves snacks and wines from different regions of Italy with a fascinating conversation. To conduct a tasting and talk about each of the varieties will be Semen Soloviev, a sommelier and owner of the eponymous winery. You will learn how barolo differs from Barbaresco, what a supertuscan is, what marks to look for on labels when buying, and which dishes to serve them with.
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