For fashionistas, York Furrier prominently features the innovative fur, fine outerwear, and accessory collections from designers: Zac Posen, Dominic Bellissimo, Zandra Rhodes, Norman Ambrose, Peach Carr, and Carol Pryhtko-Gallacher, to name drop just a few of the many.
Known in the fashion industry as the “Princess of Punk,” Rhodes has an incredible talent for irreverently pairing theatrically bold colors with feminine frills in geometrically distinctive designs that pop and surprise.
Zac Posen’s glamorous furs are showpieces for city chic or red carpet grand entrances. Known globally for expert craftsmanship and distinctive styling, the NYC based Posen brand is proudly Made in America.
#FURtheFuture . . . ReMix Student Fur Designers submit sketches to compete for one of three coveted U.S.A. spots to have their design realized from a sketch into a completed fur garment. The York Furrier Design Team enjoys working with these young talents to hone their pattern making and fur manufacturing skills.
Using luxe furs - sable, mink lamb and shearling - Norman Ambrose creates a modern take on classic silhouettes. Adored by women of all ages and lifestyles, an Ambrose fur jacket or coat is perfect for day or evening wear.
Accessories, leathers, rainwear and down garments from Gimo’s Italiana, Fontani, Allegri and M&R Moda Firenze.
Spunky Chicagoland designer, Peach Carr, creates chic yet comfortable fashion for the woman on the go. Since her appearances on Project Runway and the show’s All Stars Season 2, Peach and her collections have been on runways across the country.
For over a quarter of a century, Carol Pryhitko-Gallacher has created fine outerwear fashion from what she considers the most luxurious materials on Earth – shearling, cashmere, and leather.
His leather pieces are considered classic with a twist – reversible to rainsilk, or styled with architectural details such as enveloping hoods or cape collars, attention grabbing plush tuxedo trims, cut-away fronts, pretty ruffles, or perhaps, significant buttons or toggles.