Sunday, March 16, 2014

Fendi Fall 2014 #MFW

"Karl Largerfeld described this collection as brutal, poetic and full of bonded mesh. That didn't sound too promising. But it was also packed with clothes, many of them stand-out pieces in their own right, never mind the styling pyrotechnics. Let's start with the outerwear - a Fendi cornerstone. Tweed, quilted patent and leather combers, some with an exploded patchwork print that looked like multi-coloured camouflage, should be an easy sell, what with all the longer (and longer) skirts around next winter. Others were layered over metallic quilted waistcoats. Expensive looking and interesting (not an automatic partnership) they could be an alternative solution for rich women who don't want to wear fur." -

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