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Looking at her native city from the top of the palazzo, one of the tallest buildings in Rome, she started thinking about proportions and perspectives, that, along with a study of the changing colors of the Roman sky across the different seasons, became the focal points of her beautiful lineup. While sticking to uncomplicated clothes that reflect the needs of the real life, the designer developed an exciting wardrobe that was luxurious, but also light and playful. Colors played a key role. Neutrals were juxtaposed with lemon yellow, lime, ice blue, lilac, pistachio green and peony pink, sometimes mixed and matched on abstract patterns. A sense of adventure and exploration, combined with practical functionality, informed the lightweight, precise outerwear, the suede over shirts and the short pants featuring multiple patch pockets. Trenches dabbed with leather and jacquard denim jackets were roomy, while Fendi’s new, fun suit for the season featured pants and shorts with elastic waistbands matched with cropped double-breasted boxy jackets. They added a touch of fun and fashion frivolity to the collection, as did the adorable accessories, spanning from bags cut in the shape of bucket hats, Plexiglas mini Baguettes, ping pong rackets case holder and swimming goggles developed in collaboration with specialist Arena. Putting the accent on her top view, Venturini Fendi also splashed a range of pieces, including a languid silk pajama set, with an archival maps of Rome, and abstract patterns inspired by the views of the globe from space. The short film depicted the models walking by the arches and on the rooftop of the Palazzo Della Civiltà Italiana hit by the light of the Roman sun at the different hours of the day and ends with the Fendi fashion parade taking over the facade of the palazzo at night. A woman designing for men, Silvia Venturini Fendi have her clothes a practical romanticism and a graceful attitude.

Fendi Menswear Spring 2022 Milan

Follow the coordinates 41°50’12.1″N 12°27’54.0”E. This is Fendi Menswear Spring 2022 in Milan.

In a world that necessarily got much smaller for all us, Silvia Venturini Fendi found inspiration in her work environment.

“I strongly believe that what is close and familiar can be as much as inspiring as what is far and exotic,” she during a preview on the set of the short movie by artist Nico Vascellari that portrays the Fendi’s men’s spring 2022 collection.

Palazzo Della Civiltà Italiana, that houses Fendi headquarters in Rome, served as the grand set for the video. It also offered Venturini Fendi the privileged point of observation on the Eternal City that deeply influenced the creation of her latest collection.

Looking at her native city from the top of the palazzo, one of the tallest buildings in Rome, she started thinking about proportions and perspectives, that, along with a study of the changing colors of the Roman sky across the different seasons, became the focal points of her beautiful lineup.

While sticking to uncomplicated clothes that reflect the needs of the real life, the designer developed an exciting wardrobe that was luxurious, but also light and playful.

Colors played a key role. Neutrals were juxtaposed with lemon yellow, lime, ice blue, lilac, pistachio green and peony pink, sometimes mixed and matched on abstract patterns.

A sense of adventure and exploration, combined with practical functionality, informed the lightweight, precise outerwear, the suede over shirts and the short pants featuring multiple patch pockets. Trenches dabbed with leather and jacquard denim jackets were roomy, while Fendi’s new, fun suit for the season featured pants and shorts with elastic waistbands matched with cropped double-breasted boxy jackets.

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An ode to the Roman landscape, to the eternal beauty of its nature and architecture. Day fades into night as the models twist and turn, mapping the contours of the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana as the building gradually comes to life in a spectacular, pulsing light show, reminiscent of the tropes of early science fiction cinema. The soundtrack by Italian composer Alessandro Cortini is a bespoke electronic composition featuring synthesiser tracks inspired by interstellar travel.

They added a touch of fun and fashion frivolity to the collection, as did the adorable accessories, spanning from bags cut in the shape of bucket hats, Plexiglas mini Baguettes, ping pong rackets case holder and swimming goggles developed in collaboration with specialist Arena.

Putting the accent on her top view, Venturini Fendi also splashed a range of pieces, including a languid silk pajama set, with an archival maps of Rome, and abstract patterns inspired by the views of the globe from space.

The short film depicted the models walking by the arches and on the rooftop of the Palazzo Della Civiltà Italiana hit by the light of the Roman sun at the different hours of the day and ends with the Fendi fashion parade taking over the facade of the palazzo at night. A woman designing for men, Silvia Venturini Fendi have her clothes a practical romanticism and a graceful attitude.

Collection by Silvia Venturini Fendi @silviaventurinifendi
Concept and Direction by Nico Vascellari @nicovascellari
Original soundtrack by Alessandro Cortini
Styling: Julian Ganio
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Peter Philips
Makeup Casting: Piergiorgio Del Moro

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