For the Fendi Fall 2017 collection, the brand’s DNA was imprinted everywhere: from the 1925/MCMXXV details to the resurgence of the iconic double F logo. The debut of a brand-new complementary circle F logo that adorns an array of accessories in an exciting new way.

Finely-crafted furs feature innovative new twists, and the dualism of masculinity and femininity blends seamlessly in strong geometries and soft lines.

Graphic patterns inspired by Viennese woodblock printing and 18th century Italian hand-printed books come to life across versatile styles – from knitwear to furs to silks.

Suits and blazers are feminized by fur cuffs or the swishing of a silk maxi skirt underneath. The bags were ornate, offered in velvet, striped python, and leather. The coats were made of camel-colored fur and stitched with oversize pockets. Meanwhile, cropped sweaters carry a geometric pattern inspired by Viennese woodblock printing, keeping things youthful.

Oversize opticals and aviators played up vintage vibes, while laser-cut coordinates bring the entire line a touch of modernity — a rightful balance. Leaf prints were exposed, a notable direction other labels seem to be straying from. Romantic and cinematic elements were showcased with standout daisy appliqués, revealing the new patent-knit Cuissard boot, in cherry red.