For his Fendi pre-fall collection, creative director Karl Lagerfeld explored the concept of dualism via asymmetric graphics and silhouettes. A loose dress in burgundy silk with a white diagonal band was cut with one short sleeve and the other at elbow length. A constructed wool jacket, its collar in bicolored black and white fur, and matching skirt were embellished with polyurethane stripes to create a geometric pattern.

There was an artsy touch throughout, especially demonstrated with a degradé pattern on a dyed mink coat and the brushstrokelike pigment prints worked on a roomy wool biker jacket with sheepskin inserts.

For his Fendi pre-fall collection, creative director Karl Lagerfeld explored the concept of dualism via asymmetric graphics and silhouettes. A loose dress in burgundy silk with a white diagonal band was cut with one short sleeve and the other at elbow length. A constructed wool jacket, its collar in bicolored black and white fur, and matching skirt were embellished with polyurethane stripes to create a geometric pattern.


There was an artsy touch throughout, especially demonstrated with a degradé pattern on a dyed mink coat and the brushstrokelike pigment prints worked on a roomy wool biker jacket with sheepskin inserts.

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