Honouring Italian craftsmanship through the iconic Baguette bag, reinterpreted by local artisans in precious limited editions.
A true work of art in silver and coral, crafted in Trapani by one of UNESCO’s Living Human Treasures.
Just outside Genova on the coast of Liguria, the medieval tradition of filigree silverwork is alive and well in the town of Campo Ligure – where over thirty workshops still continue this meticulous practice of decorative folded silver thread.
Reflecting Rome’s rich historical heritage with the ancient jewellery-crafting technique of “granulatura”.
In northwestern Italy, the small alpine commune of Champorcher in the Aosta valley, Valle d’Aosta, has revived the hand-weaving of local natural textiles, namely a sturdy cloth of undyed hemp embroidered with customary red motifs.
The Piedmont region is the home of ‘bandera’ embroidery, a colourful style of raised wool and cotton thread embroidery on white honeycomb fabrics known as ‘painting with a needle’.
The Baguette features a starry sky assembled from hand-cut micro tiles, an homage to the fabulous glass and stone mosaics of Ravenna.
In the industrial northern city of Varese, in the verdant Lombardy region, the master luggage makers Bertoni Valigeria are a powerhouse of modern leather craftsmanship.
Named ‘tarsia sorrentina’, this delicate craft sees artisans cut and set fine pieces of contrasting wood in precious objet d’art.
Trentino Alto Adige
Close to the Austrian border, the alpine region of Trentino Alto Adige is home to an ancient tradition of peacock feather ‘quillwork’ embroidery. Peacock-quill embroidery (known as Federkielstickerei) is the skill of artistically decorating leather with split feather shafts.
An ode to creative excellence, “tombolo aquilano” lace is exquisitely crafted using a centuries-old technique.
Like a modern sculpture, this seamless Fendi Baguette is hand-moulded from a single piece of leather using the “cuoio artistico fiorentino” technique.
Opulent fabrics featuring Medieval Italian designs pay homage to Perugia’s beauty and tradition.
Showcasing the art of weaving ginestra broom fibers, this all-natural Fendi Baguette features local traditional motifs and plant-based tinctures.
Ethereal floral motifs are lovingly handcrafted in the traditional Apulian technique “chiacchierino”.
Rich floral brocade inspired by Venice’s glorious history is woven on authentic Jacquard looms.
Isernia’s renowned ivory-white lacework features ultralight spirals and delicate geometries that compliment the iconic bag shape.
Natural textures and tones define this Fendi Baguette, interlaced by hand from supple willow branches native to the region.
A contemporary interpretation of the traditional "pibiones" double-sided weave, featuring Fendi’s signature patterns.
Splendid openwork embroideries on delicate natural linen cloth, enriched with a colourful bouquet of regional wildflowers.
Friuli Venezia Giulia
The elegant motifs are inspired by alpine flora and woven in linen and cotton, overlaid with the Maison’s Sellerissima stitching.
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