Another fashion week has come to an end, but what an end was it. Karl Lagerfeld surely knows how to make big shows unforgettable. And an occasion, like the 90th anniversary of Fendi’s founding needed to be big, spectacular and well, unforgettable. Which leads us to the question what will happen on the 100th anniversary?
But don’t rush anything, there’s plenty of things here, which are worthy to speak about. First things first, I’m not sure though whether it’s a good thing, that the grandiose stage drew all the attention from the clothes, because lets face it, models walking on the water of Rome’s Trevi Fountain is more exciting than the models themselves, even so if that one of the models is incidentally Kendall Jenner, Lagerfeld’s and seemingly everybody’s newest darling. And only one of the Jenners (-Kardashians) can make the whole collection (or anything, dah) buzz worthy, which instantly has raised the number of the interesting things here.
And, oh well, we have some Couture clothes too… Just kidding, the dresses raised that number again. This time, the collection was inspired by a fairy tale book, so the dresses are interesting, girly and so enchanted. The cut of the dresses are quite ordinary though, mostly A and X lines, what we can expect when it comes to fairy tales and princesses. The magic is in the details; the beautifully created chiffon dresses and sheer gowns, illustrated with flowers, enchanted woods, castles on hills, princes and princesses elevated the looks to Haute Couture territory. And not undeservedly. All of them worthy to wear by Hollywood celebrities to big occasions, but preferably with those nicely crafted, colorful ankle booties. Who will be the one who dare?
As a conclusion, I think all the fuss was worth it. After all, everybody is speaking about Rome, the Trevi Fountain, models walking on water and a fairy tale book, so basically about this collection. And what else could a designer ask for? Maybe the moon for the 100th anniversary? 🙂
What do you think? I mean, what do you think about the dresses? 🙂
Photos via vogue.co.uk