After celebrating the 25th anniversary of the iconic Fendi Baguette bag by teaming up with Tiffany & Co, Marc Jacobs, Sarah Jessica Parker and Porter as part of the Resort 2023 show, Silvia Venturini Fendi is tasked with following up on her debut was holding She has her Fall Winter 2023 menswear collection.
The Maison has made a bit of a comeback in recent years, ranking eighth in the Lyst Index Q2 as the world’s hottest brand. In fact, Fendi has battled Diesel, a brand that has made a big comeback in 2022 thanks to its own range of bags and accessories, but Fendi has been skeptical of his FENDACE collaboration and traditional tailoring. He made waves in the fashion industry with his FW22 collection, which put a twist on
When it came to FENDI FW23 menswear, it was a harmonious blend of trend-setting designs, nods to its iconography, and plenty of luxury. “Cozy, sexy, [and] How nice. In fact, sheer knitwear exposes bare chests, shoulders are left in the cold with multiple deconstructed singlets, capes are wrapped around the body in a feminine way, and models wear bags under their arms. It was emphasized by holding it or dragging the scarf on the floor.
For Fendi, the mix of fun and tailoring standards was welcomed.The Maison understood the baguette bag’s cult appeal, literally baguette A bag cut with mouton and shaped like the famous French bread. Fendi’s clasps indicated that these weren’t jokes or props, but serious investments for years to come, and another take on the Baguette appeared as a cross-body umbrella holder.
The Baguette bag itself comes in many forms, from vintage brown leather satchel emulations to high-tech black leather iterations, and it feels like Fendi is waiting for another ‘it bag’ moment. rice field. That is because the bag had a strong presence in every detail. From the Fendi shadow hanging on the necklace (designed by the Maison’s jewelery artistic director, Delphina Deletrez, his Fendi), to shopping his tote bag, his camping style with a scarf wrapped around it like a blanket, and even embossed on a pretty chain. A little chrome silver with his metal card on his holder, it just couldn’t stop. FENDI which put the bag in the frame.
Sprayed shearling and fleece created trompe-l’oeil moments throughout the show, adding a dynamic twist to garments that would normally appear heavy and firm, loosely cut yet tailored in luxurious materials. It also worked the floating placket of the shirt, actually tucked under the ribbed knit, and to top things off, the reappearance of the shearling happened to be one of the show’s prominent longlines. I made the leather vest work.
Discover FENDI FW23 menswear in the gallery above. Stay tuned to Hypebeast for upcoming content from Milan Fashion Week FW23.
If you missed it, check out Dsquared2’s FW23 show.