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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fashionstuff, Jun 19, 2018.
Fendi menswear collection, S/S 2019
photos source : vogue.com
Photos : vogue.com
Looks like every Fendi collection.
Photos source : vogue.com
Images source : vogue.com
Photos source: vogue.com
I like the remake of vintage Fendi double F logo.
But all collections from main Milan brands are so similar, short shorts started to be very popular . ( Michele offered this short shorts last summer yet? or for current season ?)
I like this Fendi collection. Good show, good styling,imo.
And many really nice pieces.
I really love this collection. It's very true to the Fendi men identity. Of course, they are trying to get on the logo-mania bandwagon but still it has great styling, elegance and nice design elements that is still caters to original group of clientele.
I think that now that Fendi menswear has a real commercial success and a new found relevance in the market, it's maybe time to define a real aesthetic. They should hire someone who will give a real identity to the Fendi men who, IMO, isn't at the same level as the Fendi woman.
It's a good show but it is a good "product" show. They can do everything well and it's already an achievement but it can be a weakness at some point. We have all the trends, all the type of men and they have a marvelous Logo.
This collection is too much for "everybody". I don't believe that good fashion should be like that. It's good when anybody can find something for himself (like at Gucci) but it's bad when it's targeted for everybody.
I hate this. Looks like every other collection coming out of Prada, Versace, Balenciaga etc. It's so uneventful and pedestrian which I don't associate with a house like Fendi.
Kinda flat, but I'd rock everything Alton Mason is wearing. Great styling.
To me, this looks like Versace but instead of the classic meander, it has the F. Did they get inspired by Clueless also?
At least this collection makes sense, unlike the past collections that were almost pointless. Still a bad collection, however I can see some direction here. IMO Fendi menswear should not exist, but since we are here, lets do something about.
Hated all the vintage stuff as usual, but I LOVE these shorts-skirt thing, its nice to see it in a mainstream luxury brand like Fendi. Somehow I like the bags too even that they are a bit tacky.
Silvia's offering for Fendi has really gone downhill since, probably spring 2016. There were plenty of items that I'd love to have every now and then, but there's something about the styling of most Fendi Men's shows that lack finesse and sophistication. I know she doesn't design the womenswear, but why can't she adopt the DNA of Karl's Fendi women for her Fendi men? Fendi women know how to explore the playful, witty side of dressing without compromising their elegance. But the men one? They're starting to look like a bunch of clueless, faux-edgy fuccbois.