In tune with the brand philosophy, the luxury fashion house showed off equestrian-inspired patterns and sophisticated colour palettes of cognac, pearl grey, champagne yellow and bronze set against precious wood and silk.
The stars of new living spaces emerged with Fendi’s love of marrying the classic and contemporary aesthetic. Chic atmospheres were evoked with precious fabrics on quilts and accessories, alongside mink armchairs, fox and Lapin rex pillows, cashmere wool and jacquard silk.
Though it may sound like maximalist opulence and an indulgent foray from fashion into furnishing, Fendi Casa is everything but maximalist.
Serious offerings such as the 4 seater Varenne sofa is a classic, a sofa with an imposing aura and handiworks all over the armrests that are reminiscent of ancient saddlers. A cabinet embellished in precious Ebony Maccasar and Carballo veneer is also on show, with compartments lined with bronze, gold, ivory and orange silk.
Crocodile print pearl grey leather cabinets were also presented. Mouth blown glass vases and lamps, handcrafted by the Murano master glass-makers of Italy, offer new and exclusive models.
And finally, all we wanted to do was fall into a Fendi bed. Urano, Fendi’s bed, is revived this year with precise handcrafted finishes and a flamboyant braided fabric headpiece that extends over the bed’s double structure and engulfs the bedside cabinets.