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Created in 1925 by Edoardo and Adele Fendi, Fendi first started off as a leather goods store and fur workshop in Rome. Since the label’s inception, Fendi has since become one of the world’s most famous Italian luxury fashion brands and is known for their striking handbags
, and jewelry
. In 1965, the legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld joined the Fendi team and is credited for designing the label’s now-iconic double-F monogram logo.
A fun and playful way to incorporate a unique touch your handbags, adding some Fendi bag charms are the chicest ways to show off your personal sense of style. With their quirky appeal and whimsical style, Fendi’s monster charms are sure to turn some heads wherever you go. Whether used to hold your house keys or to inject some character to your go-to bag, Fendi’s variety of irresistibly delightful keychains are cool ways to up your style game. Inherently luxurious, the label’s popular fur keychains are status trinkets that will add a lot of personality to your accessories. An elegant design that defies seasonal trends, Fendi’s Baguette belt is a timeless classic that you’ll constantly be reaching for. Spruce up any outfit with Fendi’s FF motif shawl, which feature the iconic FF logo in tonal designs. From classic square frames to round shapes, Fendi’s assortment of eyeglasses are guaranteed to make a sophisticated and refined statement from every angle.
FENDI can be traced all the way back to 1925, when couple Adele and Edoardo Fendi opened their fur and leather goods shop in Rome, Italy. Not long after, when sound was introduced into film and a second wave of popularity swept over cinema, was fur also introduced into the film industry and Fendi's furs quickly became the symbol of cinematic glamour. In 1946, the five Fendi daughters joined the design team, building upon their family's traditional Italian craftsmanship with innovative design. Alongside Silvia Venturini Fendi (accessories and menswear Creative Director), Karl Lagerfeld joined the house as Creative Director for fur and RTW in 1965. Lagerfeld introduced "fun furs," revolutionizing the face of fur into something a little less overwhelming with prestige and a little more jovial and amusing; this resulted in the brand’s famous double-F monogram. And in the '90s, Fendi outdid itself again in the realm of cinema, with its "Baguette" bag debut on Sex and the City’s stylish independent female character, Carrie Bradshaw. Turning into the ubiquitous international “It bag,” there are over 1,000 variations in its design now. Modern day Fendi shows off their light sense of humor even more with their furry "bag bugs," a favorite accessory of celebrities and stylists alike.