Tropical zephyr blows down Fendi’s Milan catwalk


MILAN (Reuters) – Geometric designs in pleasant hues breezed along Fendi’s catwalk in Milan on Thursday as a Italian conform residence showed off a spring-summer 2018 collection.

The oppulance label, partial of French oppulance products firm LVMH, showcased garments by Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini Fendi in colors aromatic of sea, silt and outlandish landscapes, and in fabrics as light as gossamer.

The show, on a second day of Milan Fashion Week, was hold in Fendi’s Milan headquarters.

“In a universe where Italian Futurism meets pleasant travel, a collection emerges in a whirl of Caribbean colors and flavors,” a character note said.

First down a catwalk was a geometric outfit with an off-the-shoulder, low v-neck coupler in sea blue and red and yellow stripes, matched with a knee-length dress in a same exquisite lined motif.

The geometry of a lines recurred in many of a differently ethereal and floaty designs. Fluid organza blouses were matched with true leather skirts, dresses were off a shoulder and tops and skirts were flashy with palm root shapes.

Models including Gigi Hadid, sister Bella and Kendall Jenner strutted to drum and drum song and a calls of pleasant birds.

The collection enclosed a new “Mon Tresor” bucket bag, a “Runaway” receptacle and new versions of a “Kan we F” bag, a association note said.

Fendi showed off fur coats in opposite lengths, flashy with stripes, flowers or a group’s F logo.

Milan Fashion Week runs until Monday. Also showcasing their collections on Thursday are Italy’s Prada and heterogeneous code Moschino.

Editing by Andrew Roche


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