Furla at the Fall/Winter 2011-2012 men's collections Featured

Highlights from Furla's latest urban fashions

Taking inspiration from the late 1950s, Furla has envisioned a Fall/Winter 2011-2012 collection for different kinds of men.

Elegance reigns supreme, as always with this House, with bags in various styles and colors yet with very classic structured shapes. The colors of the collection are toned down, with browns, reds, golden and evergreen, which work masterfully and remind us of fall. Whether you need a briefcase, a messenger bag or a weekend bag, regardless of your personal style, Furla has the perfect bag for you.

Furla’s Fall/Winter 2011-2012 men's collection is subdivided into four lines, each carefully designed for a different kind of man:

Designed for a younger man with classical tastes, this line presents very linear shaped bags, with briefcase and shopper, in golden or red ostrich-printed calf. And for a modern touch, they have external pockets for all those handy items.

This line was originally meant to be distributed exclusively in Japan, however its appreciation went beyond borders. Items in this line include a wide range of travel bags in crocodile-printed calfskin with accents of red and military green.

This hip bag features contrasting colors and textures, from nappa leather to suede, and it is available in mustard yellow and military green. Don’t be fooled by its compact size as lateral zippers open to allow more contents to be added, while also revealing a new shade of color.

This line covers Furla’s most classical elements, with traditional bags featuring a monotone palate but with a new touch. Here butter-soft leather is combined with pony hair or crocodile.

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