About the brand
Founded in 1927, the Furla label remains true to Italy, its country of origin; the master of leather goods expertise. Always respectful of its family tradition, the company is now led by a strong managerial office. Balanced between classicism and renewal, Furla owes its success to a constant self-questioning and a willingness to change.
By the 1980s, the brand decides to export abroad and to use a network of franchises. As a result, Furla is now present in 1,000 outlets and more than 63 countries. With its head office historically located in Bologna, the brand takes part in some international development: it becomes ambassador of Italian culture, by opening up stores in all the legendary fashion streets such as Paris’ Saint Honoré street, New York City’s Madison Avenue and Rome’s Via dei Condotti.
With a family spirit, the Furla team is proud to have powerful and innovative creatives. It becomes renowned thanks to original textures: the combination of fine leather and exotic animal skins for example. The Italian craftsmanship combined with imagination and exceptional skills makes Furla a traditional and yet contemporary brand.
Furla designs are timeless. Adapted for an eventful life, and for active and dynamic women in an urban jungle that is becoming more hectic, the handbags offered by the brand are consistent with unstoppable days. Practical, with simple lines and casual, they provide both a stylish and comfortable look at the same time.
Spring Summer 2014 Collection
With shades that go from white to black, this winter the Furla woman unfolds her independent and urban spirit. The line this season is aesthetically modern, and is a reference to all active women around the world. Dynamic without forgetting their femininity, Furla puts today’s women in the spotlight.
Innovative, the textures have mainly animal origins: from crocodile to leopard prints, and from sheepskin to bull leather. Black is predominant in this collection, and matches with winter colors like burgundy, midnight blue or taupe. Shapes always have a certain structure, while extra large sizes are more convenient.