J. Mendel F/W 2015 Features Fluffmonster Coats That Would Make Eva Chen Proud

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 11: Editor in Chief of Lucky, Eva Chen attends the Rodarte fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 at Center 548 on February 11, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)
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Remember how Lucky magazine editor-in-chief Eva Chen basically took over New York Fashion Week with her series of — as she so eloquently named them — "fluffmonster coats?" Her Instagram feed was a veritable parade of furry coats, each more luxuriously plush and outlandishly eccentric than the last. Anyway, Chen's certainly not the only one who's taken to the trend — they've been all over New York, London, Milan, and now Paris fashion weeks. The J. Mendel fall/winter 2015 runway was the latest (and perhaps the greatest) to take on #muppetchic.

Their recent runway presentation was fabulous in a lot of ways — for instance, Natalie Dormer (who wore J. Mendel to this year's Emmys) could seriously take some names in this badass black gown, and Emma Watson, another fan of the brand, would look absolutely gorgeous in this beaded white number — it's definitely a confection fit for a future Disney princess — but the real stars of the show were the furry coats, which were quite abundant on the runway. It's not their first time, either: Their S/S 2015 show had some truly great white, black and lime green (yes, lime green) furry jackets. Let's take a look at all of these furry creations!

Black and White and Red All Over

Just Black and White

And From Last Year's Runways:

J. Mendel's definitely got this mega fur trend covered, eh?

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