Loving a bargain as I do, I came across visiting my local car boot sale at Chiswick School. Finding the unknown, I alway's manage to find several worthy products at cheap prices. One of which is fox scarfs. I have seen previous sellers sell fox fur for over £25 each, but I managed to grab a bargain at £15 for two. Definitely scared of picking up the animal for the fact that it is real, but I have gradually been drawn into it. It questions whether I would wear it in public. Definitely a debatable subject about real fur and attention to fashion. Countries like Russia, embrace the idea of fur keeping you warm and stylish, its in their culture.
|Having a fascination for Foxes. Apparently they only sleep 4 hours a day, seems just like me with all Architecture all nighters|
|Animal Mayhem of people and luxurious clothing|
Probably the busiest and most attention seeking stall, piles of animal fur coats, hats and scarfs. I alway's wondered what makes the past influence how people are today, especially what brings someone to their occupation. Every story has a beginning just like Richard's business which started from an idea. He first sold a Paul Smith's Jacket he purchase for £10 and sold for £180. He realised the idea of adding value to a product, and saw he could market animal fur at europeans which was ideal for the cold winters.