A high-profile crowd flocked to the exclusive Fendi event in Paris to admire the luxurious new boutique venue, soak in Karl Lagerfeld’s photo exhibition called “The Glory of Water” of Rome’s most iconic fountains and watch the restored reel of Histoire d’Eau, a trailblazing fashion film that in 1977 served as the launch of Fendi’s first ready-to-wear collection.
THE BOUTIQUE – Photo Gallery
Fendi’s new shopping destination on 51 Avenue Montaigne fans out over 600 square meters, exquisitely decorated with bronze, marble, velvet and leather. An airy and luxurious décor for the new location in Paris.
THE EXHIBITION – Photo Gallery
Located on the banks of the Seine, “The Glory of Water” is an amazing multi-sensory environment featuring 100 striking black and white images of Rome’s most iconic fountains lensed by Karl Lagerfeld, printed using the traditional techniques of daguerrotype and platinotype.
HISTOIRE D’EAU – Stills from the film
The first fashion film produced by Fendi in 1977, directed by Jacques de Bascher, was recently restored and presented in the occasion of “the Glory of Water” exhibition in Paris.