Day 2 of Milan Fashion Week saw the likes of Max Mara, Armani and Prada. However, the most striking collection we saw throughout the day came from Karl Lagerfeld, the head designer and creative director of Fendi. Lager’s collection focused on the high velocity movement that is sweeping Fendi into the future. We were left with a “high frequency” technique that managed to inset strips of fabric without stitching to create the kind of seamless, streamlined effect you might get when you look out the window of a fast-moving vehicle. The orchid was also printed, stitched, woven and embroidered into the majority of pieces.
See below for some of our favourite shots. Notice the picture of Karl Lager at the end – 80 years old and still looking like Robert De Niro from the movie, Goodfellas.