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FENDI FOLLOWES NO ONE

Fendi has developed a unique language in colors and textures. The Iconic F has become an alternative option to the statements brands in fashion despite the long run of the brand in the fashion business.

What we like is the turn of classic shapes in men’s clothes with new textures: the striped flannel, the wool, the leather, and even the distinctive Fendi yellow packaging and dust cover.

We appreciate the use of vivid colors of yellow in accessories like bags and scarfs.

 

 

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A glimpse of the vivid colors used on the last #fendi men’s colecction. See more in the link 🔝#cosmopolmag #fendifw20 #mfw #mfw2020 #fendiuomo

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What With retro-futurist undertones, the Collection dances to its own beat of polished utility: Distilling the essence of FENDI craftsmanship into a surprising wardrobe for the modern gentleman.

The Rome-based house culminated in its fall-winter 2020 menswear show with its latest novel collaboration. A partnership with acclaimed Japanese designer Kunihiko Morinaga, founder of the Anrealage brand, who created four photochromic silhouettes: substantial quilted coats, with matching gloves, bags, and boots.

Each of the four models posed in the middle of a completely white catwalk, while two bulbs of UV lights slowly descended around them, changing the colors of the garments to reveal patterns of white tiger and yellow and white diamonds.

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