FENDI Officially Unveils Much-Anticipated Marc Jacobs Capsule Collection

FENDI has launched the highly anticipated Summer 2023 Marc Jacobs capsule collection. Initially presented as a part of the multi-collab Resort 2023 collection at New York Fashion Week, which saw the Italian luxury house partner with the likes of Tiffany & Co., Sarah Jessica Parker and Porter to co-design key classics, FENDI has now released the Marc Jacobs portion of the collection.

With this collection, collaborators celebrated the 25th anniversary of the FENDI “Baguette” Bag. Marc Jacobs extends his creativity by incorporating his signature style to develop new statement pieces using the FENDI Roma house codes. This collection sees Jacobs take contemporary motifs of modern life and meld them with the turn-of-the-century silhouette for ready-to-wear. Jacobs’ capsule collection echoes New York’s “Gilded Age,” especially regarding shapes and everyday items.

Playing into fantasy and reality, the collection is realized in the silvery, glittering, grey, white, fluoro yellow, and black palette. Distressed oversize denim jacket and pants featuring and all-over “FENDI ROMA” spring bring the Italian luxury brand into the modern utilitarian style. Baggy, parachute pants with multiple uses of pockets are casually paired with cropped t-shirts and hoodies. Broken denims are also realized with acid and enzyme washes, and at times even coated and elongated to dramatize the silhouette. The Baguette bag are reimagined alongside the baguette hoodies, where the front pocket features the full dimensions of the Maxi Baguette bag. In the multi-pocketed cargo pants and jacket, it features the FF logo buckles in silver hardware, and accessories with the multiple Nano Baguette utility belt.

Jacobs reinterprets the iconic FENDI Roma logo to bring the heritage luxury brand into the present. The FENDI by Marc Jacobs Summer 2023 capsule collection will be available online and in-stores starting on May 11.

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