Fendi Gets Texturally “Pulsating” In Its Latest Capsule Collection

Chidozie Obasi

Fendi has embedded a radiant and bright palette in its latest “Roma Amor” capsule collection. The pieces feature the work of Pref, British artist whose typographic style has taken his fellow graphic designers by upheaval. The artist created a series of colourful graphic prints of the label’s signature logo. The classic “FF” emblem and “Roma Amor” are both refreshed by fluorescent details and curved designs, contributing a vibrant likewise eclectic RTW range for men, women, a merry accessory assortment and last but not least, kids stuff too!

Additionally, among the garments one can transpire casual wear pieces such as tees, joggers and button-downs, all of which have been reproduced with the brand’s iconic logo, acquiring a rainbow-toned glance.


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A timeless yet futuristic sensibility has been adopted by Fendi, particularly notable by the balaclava headpieces merged with distorted lettering and blazing details. Unequivocally, the chromatic game chose by the label doesn’t go unnoticed.


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The “Roma Amor” collection has now launched at the Fendi’s webstore and other selected retail destinations.


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