August 23 2014

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2 posts tagged "Fendi Baguette"

Fifteen And Fendi


Tonight in New York, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Byrdie Bell, and Hilary Rhoda are hosting a bash at Fendi’s Fifth Avenue outpost to fête the 15th anniversary of the Fendi Baguette. To celebrate the iconic bag, a longtime celebrity favorite, the label has at last unveiled its 250-plus-page book, Fendi Baguette, as a tribute today, along with six vintage re-editions (starting at $2,170). Here, has an exclusive first look at one of the vintage bags featured in the tome.

Photo: Courtesy of Fendi

The Baguette Prepares For Its Big Birthday, And More Of The Day’s Top Stories…


Want to learn the lessons of the Marina Abramovic Foundation today? The Abramovic Method is now being taught at Milan’s Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea. The two-and-a-half-hour course includes instruction on sitting motionless for hours on end. [Art Info]

Hard to believe, but the Fendi Baguette (pictured) is coming up on 15. In celebration of its big birthday, Rizzoli will publish an illustrated guide to one of the original It bags, and Fendi will reissue six limited-edition versions in June. [WWD]

Christy Turlington Burns has two kids but no Mother’s Day plans—for a reason. As the brains behind the nonprofit Every Mother Counts, she will take part in a special initiative called “No Mother’s Day,” to highlight the plight of mothers who have lost their lives during pregnancy and childbirth. [Vogue U.K.]

The latest fashion week to get its dates readjusted? Australia’s. The event’s organizers are expected to announce the movement of the Spring shows from early May (this year’s shows just recently closed) to late March. Many believe that the current timing of the Sydney shows is too late for the Australian buying cycle. [WWD]

After Monday night’s Met Ball, images of Carey Mulligan in her shimmering Prada dress were everywhere, including on’s home page. Not too worry, it could be hanging in your very own closet—it’s up for sale on eBay right now (current bid: $1,025), with all proceeds benefiting Oxfam America. [eBay]




Photo: Frederic Boyadjian / WWD