Fendi’s Psychedelic FF Vertigo Summer Capsule

Featuring a Collaboration with Visual Artist Sarah Coleman.

Fendi FF Vertigo

Sarah Coleman, Courtesy of FENDI

Look your very best this season with Fendi’s FF Vertigo Summer 2021 Capsule Collection. An ode to the joy of summer, Fendi collaborates once again with New York-based visual artist, Sarah Coleman, to create a psychedelic collection filled with optimism. Taking inspiration from the ’70s and the ’90s, the Fendi FF Vertigo summer collection features a selection of eye-catching bags, accessories and ready-to-wear, dominated by striking hues of sunny yellow and light blue.

In addition to the vivid colours, Fendi’s FF motif is given a fresh new look. Sharing the same enthusiasm for innovation, Coleman and FENDI Accessories and Menswear Artistic Director, Silvia Venturini Fendi, worked together to bring a new spin to the iconic FF logo. The classic motif is revisited through a ’70s psychedelic filter—resulting in the magnetic Fendi FF Vertigo, a contemporary logo defined by fluid twists and turns.

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The new logo is applied throughout the collection and features heavily on the House’s signature bags, which include the new Baguette 1997—a re-edition of the brand’s most coveted accessory that can be tucked neatly under the arm—and the legendary Peekaboo to name a few. The motif is also splashed across ready-to-wear pieces. Embodying the spirit of adventure and functionality, the women’s ready-to-wear offers utilitarian and feminine clothing that boasts the eye-catching FF Vertigo pattern. Elsewhere, kitschy elements from the ’90s present themselves by way of shimmering sequins and intricate floral embroideries that decorate the Baguette 1997. If you are looking for a unique gift, we highly suggest Fendi’s limited edition Vintage Polaroid 636.



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All images courtesy of Fendi. 


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