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This season calls to mind that iconic Oprah episode that’s been heavily memed to the dankest degree. You get pequin stripes, YOU get pequin stripes, everyone gets pequin stripes! As we wrote earlier, SS17 at Fendi contains nods to the iconic motif first created by Karl Lagerfeld.
Much like their ready-to-wear, the accessories seek to make material the quality of leisure that one would get from a nice summer vacation by the sea. And what better than stripes? Something about lines in alternating colours just seems cheery.
Get the holdall for a weekend away—it’s roomy enough to contain your needs for a day’s frolicking under the sun and something for the sundowners. Or a backpack or a pouch to tide you through days spent in the city, the lines a zany diversion from the staid accessorising more common in concrete jungles. Don’t let the liberal use of plush terry in the collection scare you either, as these leather pieces are exactly what you need.
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Visually spectacular, featuring Matt Smith, Naomi Campbell and more.
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Coat of arms.