A slew of asymmetrical suit jackets were sketched out by Mr Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi’s AW19 collection, but the lapels of this blazer are kept more traditional. Well, save for the logos brandished across them, that is. Woven to form a comfortable silhouette that’s imbued with a hefty dose of wool for a soft structure, this single breasted style is made to be layered over tonal turtlenecks and tailored trousers. Fendi woven blazerExposed button fastenings at frontRegular fit, single breasted, notch lapels, padded shoulders, long sleeves, buttoned cuffs, contrast printed trim at lapels, one welt pocket at chest, darts at front, two flap pockets at front, branded hardware, single vent, fully lined, interior pockets55% polyester, 45% virgin wool; contrast 100% polyester; lining 100% cuproDry cleanSize 50: Length 30”, chest 40”Model is 6ft 1” and wears a size 50Made in Italy
Logo-print Regular-fit Woven Blazer In Black
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BLACK SLIM-FIT WOVEN SUIT JACKET
Typical of Fendi , this suit jacket is detailed with the house's iconic 'Zucca' motif at the lapels. It's woven with touches of tactile wool and tailored in a slim, streamlined fit. Wear it with the matching trousers and polished loafers. Shown here with Fendi shirt, Prada trousers, Givenchy shoes.
Founded by Adele and Edoardo Fendi in 1925, the eponymous Rome-based House immediately won great acclaim and became famous outside the capital city. The Fendi adventure began on Via del Plebiscito, a busy street whose location in the heart of Rome made it a main thoroughfare used by the transalpine aristocracy. Adele and Edoardo Fendi opened a small and medium leather goods shop and set up what was then a secret fur workshop. Success came quickly and was confirmed when their five daughters, Paola, Anna, Franca, Carla and Alda, decided to get involved in the family business bringing new energy and ideas. Nicknamed the five fingers of the hand, it was they who, in 1965, invited a young German designer to join the House. His name: Karl Lagerfeld! After revolutionizing how to wear fur by fully reinterpreting it, transforming it into a fashionable, soft, light item of clothing, he launched the House’s ready-to-wear collection in 1977. He still provides artistic direction alongside Silvia Venturini Fendi, who represents the third generation of the family and is in charge of accessories, menswear and kidswear. Forever associated with the Fendi image, the legendary Baguette bag and the timeless Peekaboo have helped to shape the House’s influence. It is a reputation that even went beyond the borders of the Earth when Fendi put on a fashion show atop the Great Wall of China on October 19, 2007, making this breathtaking event the first show visible from the Moon!