Sap Fur, which owns the Pajaro brand, celebrates its anniversary under the aegis of sophisticated style and experimental craftsmanship.
A company, that has contributed to making Italian fur great worldwide, celebrated its 40th anniversary on 19 October 2015.
The elegant liberty setting of the beautiful “Villa Sette” in Abano Terme, headquarters of Sap Fur, was the perfect place to celebrate the four-decade commitment to making women more desirable and men more elegant. Forty years of Italian craftsmanship and imagination.
Vinicio Pajaro is the heart and soul of Sap Fur which was founded in 1975 and which owns the Pajaro brand. To celebrate this important milestone, it transformed the historical villa, home of the company, into a golden treasure trove that played host to a fashion show/event and numerous guests.
The sparkling precious metal was a worthy backdrop for previewing the stunning collection: the magical atmosphere of a winter garden, with brightly coloured flowers and lush green plants, bursts through the 2015/16 autumn/winter collection. Many nature-inspired images protected in magnificent orangeries with large arches and 1920s geometric windows. Coats, jackets and boleros covered in grassroots, blooming flower buds and dewdrops, with fresh, graceful colours. Almost like spring paintings to be worn to ward off autumnal melancholy.
To this part of the collection were added sumptuous double-face sables, lined in soft blue or camel-coloured cashmere. While the woolen fabrics, with stars, crosses and diamond patterns, offset the suede leather of the ponchos, vests and reversible capes with an ethnic-chic spirit.
The collection will also feature mosaic-like creations where the inlaid work echoes Navajo fantasies or fur jacquard, almost transforming precious fleece into fabric.
To finish off, a tasteful symphony of coat-shaped sables inlaid with sparkling Swarovski crystals; jackets sculpted in Blackglama; shaded macramé or with floral patterns resting directly on shaved fur. Precious lace is the protagonist even when it is used to line reversible items, or when it appears in coats with unexpected curved geometries, the company’s mark of distinction.
Everything comes from the skill and talent of the designer Vinicio Pajaro, who has now been joined by his daughter Alida in the design department and his son Alessandro in the sales department.