This Fendi bag is about to dethrone the Baguette

This Fendi bag is about to dethrone the Baguette

Called Moonlight, the latest object of desire from Fendi is rising to the top of our bag desires for next summer.

Remember: in the 1990s, the Fendi Baguette bag was the fashion accessory par excellence. 30 years later, the

Italian house decided to reissue it in a multitude of variations. A successful bet. But for spring-summer 2021,

it is a brand new creation that seems to rise to the top of our fashion desires and in the wardrobe of cool

kids 2.0. 

This Fendi bag is about to dethrone the Baguette

The Moonlight bag by Fendi

Fendi spring-summer 2021

In September 2020, Fendi kicked off Milan Fashion Week by inviting a cast of eclectic tops (Yasmin Le Bon, Mariacarla

Boscono, Ashley Graham) to its show. Natural materials, textured effects and games of monochrome drew the contours

of a minimalist spring-summer collection with impeccable know-how. In the hands of the tops, a bag did not fail

to attract the attention of the fashion sphere: the Fendi Moonlight. 

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In the vein of the Fendi Sunshine shopper bag with graphic lines, the Italian house unveils the Moonlight,

a micro-bag with half-moon lines, recognizable by its tortoise shell effect details. Made in the traditional

way, this new object of desire has all the Fendi codes: Selleria stitching, FF logo and the words Fendi

Roma delicately embossed inside the bag. On the practical side, the Moonlight has an adjustable shoulder

strap, to be worn as a cross-body bag or on the shoulder. A nice demonstration of know-how that has conquered

Blanca Miró or Gabrielle Caunesil … And that takes over Instagram. The proof in pictures.

How the girls in vogue appropriate the Fendi Moonlight bag? 

Blanca Miró and his bag Fendi Moonlight Instagram @blancamiro

Erika Boldrin and her Fendi Moonlight bag Instagram @erikaboldrin

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