25 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
Propelling fashion forward, Lishman’s
unique designs continue to lead the way in the knit
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery - and
now that knit fur is a product category, imitators abound.
Still, There are no substitutes for Paula's innovative
design vision and the years of experience of the
artisans who create the garments. Paula's continuing
dedication to quality and innovation ensures that Lishman
garments will continue to be fashionable, classic, and
of the best quality and construction in this expanding
In 2000 Paula won the Marice memorial Furrier of the
Year Award. She demonstrates her commitment to the
Canadian fur industry
by maintaining her position as president of the Fur
Council of Canada since 2000.
1 - Raw - Proving that fur garments
are not just for the mature woman, this garment reflects
a youthful fashion vibe in yet another Vogue ad
(created in conjunction with the Fur Council of Canada).
2 - Ring Shawl - This is Paula's favourite
hands-free shawl, shown in paprika sheared beaver.
3 - Geisha - Appealing to the understated
elegance of the discerning woman, this butterscotch,
sheared beaver jacket with pelted mink collar, was featured
in a Town and Country magazine ad in 2002.
4 - Himalaya - This sumptuous, long,
slimming coat with a grooved raccoon tuxedo front, was
a highlight of our 2002 collection.
5 - Layla - This white mink collar
and matching mink pinstripe detail, added a touch of
class to a new blazer shape.
6 - Broken Tile - Selected vibrant
colours of pelt were stitched together and used on the
collar and cuff of this city jacket.