Versace and Fendi reunite for a show that celebrates Italian fashion
After the meeting between Gucci and Balenciaga on the occasion of the 100 years of the Italian house, Versace and Fendi unite for an experimental parade during which each of the brands offer its own interpretation of the universe of the other.
Silvia Venturini Fendi and Donatella Versace, guided by the English designer Kim Jones, artistic director of Fendi’s women’s collections and long-time friend of the artistic director of the label à la méduse, lent themselves to the game of sharing identity and of know-how by opening their archives to others.
Thus, Fendi by Vesace plays on punk and rock references dear to the Italian Madonna with pieces decorated with safety pins, mini dresses and skirts in ultra-bling chainmail. On the other hand, Versace by Fendi stands out with their creations adorned with the house monogram and the medusa logo or reversible clothing borrowed from exquisite craftsmanship.