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Furla, the great Italian Craftsmaship & Design

Established in 1927 by Aldo and Margherita Furlanetto in Bologna, Furla looks to the future with a foot grounded in its solid past of time-honoured craftsmanship, artisanal expertise, a sense of beauty and innovative designs. Thanks to a sharp business acumen, retail focus and trend-driven designs, Furla counts endless accomplishments and milestones.

Furla is a brand that looks to the future with a positive energy, one that fully embodies and kindles the desire for Italian style and lifestyle. A contemporary aesthetic and aspirational qualities engage and inspire men and women across the board, renewing their quest for value, beauty and creativity. When showmanship never overshadows craftsmanship.

Stitch after stitch, expert artisans bring to life the Furla collections using the time-honoured techniques that have elevated Made in Italy quality standards to symbols of excellence in every corner of the world. Using exclusive prized leathers, special tanning processes and meticulolous details, supported by the latest technology, Furla offers a new and modern kind of luxury.

Three words to describe Furla’s collections of bags, footwear, small leathergoods and gadgets imbued with a joyful inventiveness for modern, confident women who favor an understated elegance. Over time, Furla has perfected its formula of form and function through versatile styles, seductive bursts of color and statement details, at times inspired by the art world. Yet, Furla's fashion-forward style icons transcend time with versatility and character. The homes to an ever-expanding lifestyle range, Furla’s flagships blend creativity and timeless elegance offering a special customer experience in a refined and intimate setting. The historic elements of the artfully refurbished Villa in Bologna inspired the design concept that revisits an Italian mood to contemporary effect. Airy earthtones and dusty pastels offset precious materials such as rosewood, Italian travertine marble, milky glass and brass details counterpointed by geometric sculptural elements that seamlessly nod at the art world.


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