The New Fendi Collection Presented At Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week is one of the most prominent fashion events in the world, where the most famous brands - such as Fendi - are presenting their new collections.

Wednesday's catwalk was inaugurated by the Fendi collection, which featured leather and fur garments as well as vaporous dresses and transparencies, as well as with Diesel's denim pieces -  two different options for women's wardrobes recommended for the 2022/2023 autumn-winter season, EFE reports.

The collection by designer Kim Jones was inspired by one of the house's representatives, Delfina Delettrez Fendi, who will create the jewelry for the winter season.

The New Fendi Collection

The new Fendi collection made reference to two other emblematic collections of the house, the Spring-Summer 1986 collection, in which geometric prints and body-fitted models prevailed, and the Autumn-Winter 2000 collection, which is characterized by lightness and comfort.

The outfits created by designer Kim Jones combined glamour and elegance with a disco-jovial air. There was no lack of fur coats, representative of the famous Italian fashion house.
Fendi Collection Presented Milan Fashion Week new
Silk and satin were the predominant materials in the new Fendi collection. So were straight-line cuts and bright prints, contrasted with pale shades of grey, purple or pink in the steamy dresses. There were steamy dresses in shades of pink and green, but also elegant leather pencil skirts and high-waisted trousers.

Little details slipped in to recall the creations of the legendary Karl Lagerfeld, who collaborated with Fendi for over five decades.

The New Diesel Collection

Diesel creative director Glenn Martens made his debut with a collection where denim was the king, with blue jeans that were fringed or ripped at the knees and bras or bustiers in the same material. The denim was also present in jackets, blazers, and coats.

Milan Fashion Week will run until 28 February with collections from renowned houses such as Prada, Emporio Armani, Tod's, Max Mara, Valentino, and Missoni.

A total of 69 catwalk shows will take place, 60 of which will be in physical format, but also streamed online.

The fashion world is getting back to normal after the pandemic restrictions of recent years, and this year's Milan show will mark the return to the catwalk of brands such as Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Trussardi, and Plein Sport.

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