Marks-Lloyds Furs, Denver's oldest and most trusted furrier, has been serving the Denver metro area and beyond, since 1951. Lloyd’s Furs began in 1951, named after its original owner Bill Lloyd. Marks Furs began in 1987 by Richard and Kimberly Gross, respectively the “R and K” in Marks. During 1993, Marks Furs purchased Lloyd’s Furs, merging the two names.
With the rise of the technology revolution during the last several decades, a noticeable change to how consumers shopped became clear. Noticing that change, Richard, the current CEO, and Kimberly, the current COO, best friends since 1970, decided to create a fur e-tail concept displaying the most popular trends in Fur Fashion. Giving rise to MLFurs.com
Combined, the current owners have over 65 years of experience in the fur and fashion industry. Their marketing philosophy is based on visualizing not only a fabulous fur, but also how to style and accessorize a look.
Come discover the largest fur collection in Colorado, or shop the web's most extensive collection 24/7 at MLFurs.com. There is a wide array of fabulous fur coats and accessories from sable and chinchilla to mink, sheared mink, lynx, fox, sheared beaver, and shearlings. Our fashionable, chic, stylish, sophisticated designs originate from all over the world to complete every woman’s wardrobe and lifestyle.
Marks-Lloyds Furs and MLFurs.com are the only places to shop for fur coats, and remember, nothing says glamour like fur, and no one says it better than Marks-Lloyds Furs or MLFurs.com
263 Josephine St.
Denver, CO 80206
Or 24/7: MLFurs.com
Hours: M-Sat 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Sundays during the Holidays from 12 p.m.-5 p.m. We will be closed on Christmas and New Years Day-We do have seasonal hours.
Football games are televised on Saturdays and Sundays.
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Marks-Lloyds Furs is conveniently located in Cherry Creek North at 263 Josephine St.; where University Boulevard becomes a one-way traveling North, between 2nd and 3rd Ave. on the West side of the street. Validated parking in the bank building next door.