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Meet the Founders

Meet the Founders

"We started APPARIS because we wanted to bring the latest French fashion to the U.S. since the only way to access it was by traveling to Europe. When we opened our pop-up shop last year, we carried pieces besides faux fur, but noticed that our most popular items were our jackets. Girls would come by to try on all our coats in all our colors, and take pictures to post on social media. That’s when we knew we had something to focus on – chic and affordable faux fur coats."
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THE SOPHIE COAT

THE SOPHIE COAT

The Sophie coat is a wardrobe must that’s perfect for any occasion. It’s made from 100 percent PETA-approved faux fur and comes in 13 bold colors to keep you warm and looking fabulous all day and all night. The Sophie coat’s versatility points to why it’s our most popular item. Supermodel Nina Agdal keeps her chestnut Sophie coat close - so much so she decided to model it with nothing underneath. Even though your birthday suit is always in style, we’ve assembled a few street style inspirations from Instagram to weave into your new faux fur looks. Working Woman There's...

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COLOR ME APPARISIAN

COLOR ME APPARISIAN

Every season the Pantone Color Institute releases the top colors designers will be showing in their collections. Luckily, Apparis has you covered with furry fashion in the must-wear shades of the season. Valiant poppy: Brave and outgoing red shade effusive in its allure. What to wear: Let your inner fire burn bright on the outside with our Sophie coat in red. Pair this look with dark denim jeans, a simple white tee, and black boots for a classic look. Petal: A cultivated and refined hue adds a light and airy spring-like feeling demand. What to wear: Head-turning petal will keep...

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FAUX HOT RIGHT NOW

FAUX HOT RIGHT NOW

Fear not my ice queens. The notion that real fur is much warmer than faux is outdated thanks to advancements in fabric technology. Faux fur has come a long way since they were introduced on the market in 1929. Early faux fur models were made from alpaca hair and only came in drab colors like tan and grey. Even though the furs were lower quality, they were much less expensive than their mink or chinchilla counterparts. Thanks to advancements in the textile industry, by the 1950s fabrics acrylic fibers like orlon and dyel made their debut. Some faux fur were...

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HOW TO TAKE CARE OF ME

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF ME

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF ME Hello. It’s me. Your faux fur coat! Yes, me. All I ask in return for keeping you warm and fabulous is to keep me nice and clean. Up to you ;).  I like to be spruced up about once a season so you can model me over and over again. DRY CLEANING IS THE WAY TO GO I really love to be dry cleaned. Don’t leave me with just anyone, though. Make sure your dry cleaner is familiar with my lush faux fur fabric. I DON’T KNOW HOW TO SWIM Science hasn’t managed to...

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