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The Fendi company was in 1918 by Adele Casagrande Exclusive contact point for exclusive fur and leather goods founded in Rome. After their wedding with Edoardo Fendi, the couple decided to rename the underneath. The company remained in family even after the founder couple died. The five daughters each received the same share of 20% and from then on were responsible for different areas in the company.
One of the most popular pockets in the Fendi label is the Peekaboo presented in 2009. The bags were unique at the time of their publication with their metal strips at the upper opening and that of their rotation closure. Fendi’s by the Way Bag is also one of the best -known IT bags. The reserved form exudes modernity and elegance equally. The Fendi Baguette is another legendary model of the label. Originally presented in 1997, the Bag To this day in the ranks of the bestsellers. the Bag Has a zucca ff buckle on the front flap and is still being wrapped in countless canvas and leather variants. In general, bags in Fendi’s known sample variants ZUCCA and Zucchino are very popular and are among the most sought -after pockets in the label. Pockets are offered in different shapes, from the practical Tote BAG up to the stylish clutch, Fendi’s Zucca and Zucchino patterns are a stylish option for every occasion.
Fendi’s well -known Zucca and Zucchino patterns both go back to the legendary Karl warehouse. The pattern of two interlocking F’s puts the company's starting letters in a pattern rapport. Zucca canvas represents a more flat variant of the pattern, zucchino canvas shows a more detailed version. The most common are brown, finely shiny variants, but there are also Fendi bags, whose canvas are, for example, green or blue.
Yes, no other name outside the founder family is as closely connected to the label as the Karl Lagerfeld’s. From 1965 until his death in 2019, the designer for Fendi’s was fur and women's collections. Even if Karl Lagerfeld had been responsible for many different companies over the years, the duration of the cooperation between the two parties was unique. The first design by Fendi’s Paquin pattern is also declining on Kalt Lagerfeld. The gold and dark brown strip pattern was already presented in 1983 and is still one of the identification marks of the house.
In 2021, the first haute couture collection of the label was presented under the artistic direction of the British designer Kim Jones. Previously, the company was admitted to the Paris Fashion Association Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, a basic requirement to be able to offer real Parisian haute couture.
- Check the pattern of the Bag And make sure that it corresponds to the real sample report of the Zuca or Zucchino pattern. A real Fendi symbol consists of two finging F’s, one of them is upside down. In the case of apparently fake bags, the letter L is often used instead of the letter f.
- Check the hardware. A closer look at the details should show engravings of the brand name. As a rule, counterfeits do not have the last detail of rings and rice closures. If the engravings are completely missing, a fake can be assumed.
- Fendi bags made of real Zucca canvas have a silk content and are very robust. Fake fendi bags are usually more flexible and made of inferior materials.
- Make sure food is brown inside. Real Fendi bags always have brown linings, while fake bags are often green.
- Fake pockets may have food that have been glued on or have uneven seams. Real Fendi bags have almost perfect seam processes.
- Real Fendi bags are made in Italy and show this about the indication of "Made in Italy". If the Bag a different or no name is a fake.