Fendi-Baguette

photography Laure et Sarah

Issue VII

The "Redition" Baguette, from 2005, is a tribute to Brazil, with a colorful sequinned toucan, designed on a beaded logoed background, echoing the vitality of Rio de Janeiro.

Golden round-beads cover this precious Baguette proposed in 2005, adorned by a little squirrel, embroidered with silk thread, and enhanced by the golden buckle.

In this Baguette from 2006, a magnificent mythology inspired motif is magisterially hand-embroidered with silk thread by Manifatture Lisio, the legendary Italian textile manifacture that collaborates with FENDI since 1906.

The iconic "Pequin" motif, created in 1987 and ispired by the brushstrokes of Joseph Hoffmann, is here proposed in a patchwork of brown and black mink stripes, from the Fall Winter 2011/2012 collection. The closure is in python leather, with the classic FF logo. On the right this vintage style, from 1999, is fur-based, embroidered with orange sequins, and is refined with contrasting turquoise python closure and handle.

This multicolor Baguette was designed in 2007, and is adorned with logoed fish, multicolor beads, and shaded wool fringes.

"The Wall" Baguette was created in 2008 as a tribute to the Chinese tradition, it is finely embroidered on silk, with oriental motifs and red falling tassels, in collaboration with Manifatture Lisio.

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