Runway Report: Fendi Fall 2015

This season Lagerfeld got visual-happy for his Fendi collection. We saw headbands, reminiscent of Seventies peace and love, and shift dresses straight from the sixties. But it wasn’t just eras the designer honed in on. There was a tour too, through places and shifts. From an all white ensemble, something out of a Swan Lake meets Upper East Side, to old school Paris academia, collars peaking out of sweater vests and tan leather smocks. Then came life on the stylish ranch, tan leather midi-skirts with huge black symmetrical patches, furry boots, thin polo necks. The weather changed too, when one strapless print mini dress exited, in came a giant puffer coat, a duvet-like creation, giving off the illusion that the elegant model was tiny. Even with such a range, every item was clean cut, precise. The collection did what collections should do; allowed the clothes to tell their stories.

About the Author

Sarah is a Freelance Journalist and is based in London. She has worked for Cosmopolitan UK magazine, The Times Magazine, Glamour, Fabulous and Cosmopolitan.co.uk, among others. She also blogs on the Huffington Post and has an interiors website (www.homelyhub.com).