Thursday, September 22, 2011

How is it Fendi time already?!






















And by that, I don't mean that Fendi has any special significance (except for being, you know, Fendi) but that it places us, chronologically speaking, in the midst of the third fashion week out of the four. It feels like yesterday I was dying for New York Fashion Week to begin.

It happens every season, too. I wait months and months for the next Fashion Month and then each city whizzes by as I (and everyone else) get lost in the sea of architectural volumes, metaphorical prints, liberal use of lace and this or that theme.

Karl Lagerfeld speaks a pretty easy language for Fendi, where I see him more, ahem, tempered than for his own line or for Chanel. It's also a pretty easy language because so many of the season's proferred trends arose on the black-and-white striped runway.



Strategically placed cut-outs favoured shoulders a lot this season, and Fendi was no different.




Mixing prints is something bloggers foresaw for a while... and the designers kind of listened, didn't they?

I've been spoiled this season! My penchant for long, black, sheer and lace has been so fitfully satisfied that I could just lie down and die happy, but then Paris is coming, and I'll bet I'd die happier after Elie Saab and Ann Demeulemeester.



Much like Jonathan Saunders, Fendi envisions women wearing light knits combined with ultra-light fabrics like silk (the sheer-er, the better!). I like it.



The season's obsession with sportiness and utility was reflected in looks like the ones above.





But then, the Fendi woman is very much so a lady, a sophisticated yet playful one, that enjoys volume play and experiments with colours and cuts.

All in all a great collection. Not as good in my book as SS2011, but delightful still. 

What did you think?

15 comments:

  1. This collection is so cool!
    thanks for posting this pictures ^^

    http://am-popo.blogspot.com/

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  2. Amaaazzzinnnggg
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  3. super leuke post!

    leuk blog heb je ook!
    zullen we elkaar volgen? ik volg jou all!

    liefs.

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  4. thank you for your comment :) Are you used to living in Brussels already ?

    I wish fashionweek would pass slower aswell, there is just too much information too absorb at once.

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    new post : shopping in porto

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  5. love love love !!!!!!!!! so feminine and show the powerful side of the women!!!!!!!!! great post

    Veronica

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  6. It happens to me too!!! when fashion week finally begins it happens everything so fast, that it just flys by!
    this collection is incredible! <3

    xxx
    www.bohemianbones.blogspot.com

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  7. All of the dress were beautiful. We like the mixing prints outfit. It was combined perfectly.

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  8. Hi! Your blog is really cool, I like it!! The third dress is fantastic, i love it!
    Come and visit my blog, and if you like it, follow me, I'll be waiting for you!

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  9. Thanks for the comment! Your blog is great! These are amazing looks. Favorites are the cutout shoulders. :)
    Now following.

    <3, V

    http://queenvictoriareigns.blogspot.com/

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  10. Delightful, indeed! :)
    Gotta love fashion week, right?

    I absolutely love the cut-outs trend. I love sheer and lace as well!

    XoXo, Bree
    http://vivalabreee.blogspot.com/
    Tweet me: Viva_La_Breee

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  11. those look interesting but more I like previous one

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  12. Lovin the vintage vibe of these collection! :)

    xx Kaye Awatin
    Fashion Blogger
    http://thestyleflux.blogspot.com

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