Haute Fourrure 2017: Fendi

FOR only one night, a chronological Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris has been remade by Karl Lagerfeld into a dreamy, visionary place that reminded of a botanical garden full of well-developed flowers. The artistic executive of Fendi presented his Haute Fourrure Fall/Winter 2017-18 collection for a code in ravishing vicinity and welcomed a viewers to try his otherworldly, nonetheless enthralling floral designs.




But what does a garden demeanour like from Lagerfeld’s perspective? It is filled with an astonishing reduction of colours and unconstrained accumulation of flowers, from daisy or crocus to poppy and rose – all ideally harmonised with a designs. In further to presenting such an eye-catching farrago in a use of shade, Fendi was not fearful to play with opposite materials either. Metallic jacquard was used for coats or dresses, as good as a multiple of leather and lace, all lined with hypothetical flowers.




The collection is really about sum and craftsmanship, that combined a flawless outcome that authorised a guest to enter a vivid, sensitive world. It also ideally describes Fendi’s thought of contemporary magnificence and sophistication that will fit each complicated woman.

by Karolina Zielinska


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