Fendi is Having a Moment and I’m Here for It

I’ll take one of each, it would be ideal if you

In spite of the fact that Fendi has been around for just about 100 years, the brand is having a genuine minute at this moment—and I am especially here for it.

Since 1925, the Italian design house has delivered the absolute greatest sack drifts the world has ever observed (and gladly worn). Indeed, Fendi was the main tote and hide workshop in Via del Plebiscito, Rome, and by the ’40s, the brand began to pick up acknowledgment past Italy’s capital city. At that point, around two decades later, Karl Lagerfeld made Fendi’s presently acclaimed logo, the “twofold f,” and it wasn’t long after that until the brand was grabbed by Marvin Traub, the President of Bloomingdale’s, conveying Fendi to the U.S. out of the blue.

From the Spy Bag to the Baguette (otherwise known as the it-pack that made waves during the ’90s and is currently amidst a noteworthy rebound), Fendi has had right around an era of record accomplishment in the style world.

Past its storied past, I trust Fendi makes the absolute best quality packs available. I know saying that is marginally disputable. (There are a bunch of PurseForum individuals who aren’t excited with Fendi’s quality.) However, I need to state I’ve just had shining encounters with my buys – and I’ve attempted many, a wide range of sacks and brands.

I originally expounded on my involvement with Fendi two or three months prior, enumerating how I fortunately discovered a Fendi outlet while going through Italy. It was there that I figured out how to get my hands on a Petite 2Jours for $1,300 (contrasted with nearly $2,300 in the States!). Despite the fact that the sack doesn’t have a top zipper (murmur), it’s one of my most loved buys. At that point, a few months prior, I rampage spent and purchased a Fendi Camera Case.

Both of my Fendi’s are delicate calfskin (hazardous, I know!). I was concerned the delicate calfskin cowhide would scratch, however I can cheerfully report that the two packs are still in impeccable condition—and trust me, I haven’t been delicate with them. That is presumably the main motivation for what reason I’m such a Fendi supporter. In spite of the fact that the sacks are expensive, I realize they will last.

That is the reason I have a loooong rundown of Fendi sacks I’m yearning for. While I likely won’t purchase a strong 70 percent of them, there are a couple of I’m emphatically considering, in particular the high contrast Kan I Medium Grommet Shoulder Bag and the dark Kan I Small Pearly-Studded Leather Shoulder Bag. In the event that I had all the cash on the planet, I’d go for the multicolor Kan I Aubusson-Print Leather Shoulder Bag. Ugh.

What do you think? Which one’s your top pick?

Fendi Kan I Aubusson-Print Leather Shoulder Bag($5,000)

Fendi Kan I FF-Embossed Liberty Shoulder Bag($2,590)

Fendi Baguette Denim Flowers Shoulder Bag, Denim($3,300)

Fendi FendiCam Calf Crossbody Bag($1,290)

Fendi Peekaboo X-Lite Soft Calf Satchel Bag($4,550)

Fendi Kan I Mini Leather Chain Shoulder Bag($1,750)

Fendi Kan I Regular Leather Scalloped Shoulder Bag($2,350)

Fendi Embossed Leather Baguette($2,690)

Fendi Kan I Medium Grommet Shoulder Bag($3,250)

Fendi Kan I Small Pearly-Studded Leather Shoulder Bag($2,490)

Fendi Kan I Wonder Monster Shoulder Bag($5,950)