"Don't dress to kill, dress to survive" Karl Lagerfeld once said. And the Fendi woman is doing just that! Using digital technology as the anecdote to this collection the show was filled with grid like short skirts, analog inspired round neck tops and ombre dresses constructed with sleek layers of organza. Beautiful tones played on contrast, from imperial reds, oranges and tamarisk pinks explaining the story that the invitation had foretold. From jet black, disheveled hair bobs to white geometric shaped dresses, it was these elements of a new age that brought a breath of fresh air to this electric collection.
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