Lately I’ve been talking a lot about fur breeding and fur farming. This time I’ll share some footage from Nordic regions. Saga furs (auction house with the broadest selection of superior furs) visited two typical Nordic farms. These two farms represent the long history of fur farming and breading in Northern parts of Europe.
Here is a visual and brief change of Nordic fur traditions, from Sami ( people of the Scandinavian Peninsula, the Kola Peninsula, Karelia and Finland ) clothes functionality to contemporary fur fashion:
In this short film, fur farmers share their professional secrets and dedication to this market. Film was created in a series as a documentary about Saga Furs production and marketing chain. So this is not just a story of fur farming and breading, it is also an inside look at one of the strongest Fur auction houses and fur design centers in Europe.
It seems that three generations of fur farmers have always dreamed of becoming professional furriers. They always sorted their priorities by high quality and standards. So is it clearer now, how fur should be farmed, how it is breaded and why do we continue this archaic story? Because we will continue to write these warm, even if a little bit production orientated, stories…