A lifestyle wardrobe marked by modernity
From shearling to sportswear, sleek tuxedo tailoring to Karligraphy knits, Fendi Winter Capsule 2021 intends to bring you a chic and warm winter.
As the house’s new motifs are reprised in myriad iterations, the marble prints that characterized Kim Jones’ Couture debut are reimagined in both rich peacock blues and a bold psychedelic palette and become a standout of the season when applied to jacquard mohair and fluid velvet trenches.
One thing you must know about the capsule is tailoring. Whether the umbrella sleeve cut of a trench or the gently oversized fit of a shirt jacket - alongside the fluid femininity of draped dresses and scarf coats fringed with wool torchons - all pronounce FENDI’s new vision at the elegant ease.
Key fur pieces are realized in shearling, using the savoir-faire unique to the FENDI ateliers: delicate strips applied to featherlight organza to weave weightless panels inset into outerwear, or an aviator laser embossed with the Karligraphy monogram. Offering a versatile, contemporary attitude, a reversible mink jacket, lined with a tone-on-tone FF logo, is the new fur essential.
Adopting the cantilevered, the FENDI First bootie is introduced for the first time in velvet, leather and exotic skin while inverted “F” heel first presented in Autumn/Winter 2021, alongside the FENDI O’Lock leather loafer.
Iconic handbag styles such as the Peekaboo, Baguette, Sunshine Shopper, and FENDI Touch are refreshed in accordance with the season. The O’Lockdesign is adapted into accessories, while the FENDI First handbag appears in an array of designs, from leathers and exotics to velvets and suede marked by Karligraphy. The FENDI First, alongside the Peekaboo, also appears in marbled shaved velvet.