FENDI Presents AW2022/23 SkiWear Capsule Collection

FENDI's seasonal stories from the Men’s and Women’s AW2022/23 collections are reinterpreted in unexpected ways for the new Skiwear Capsule. Signature codes seen on the runway become standout details on skiwear garments and accessories, bringing the FENDI flair to the mountains.

Characterised by a palette made of light grey, navy blue and black tones, with touches of red stitching and white details and zippers, the women’s outerwear is enlivened by the FF logo in the whispered version, understated yet present in its ton sur ton shades.

The jackets – padded with regenerated duck feathers are reversible and created with a windproof and waterproof fabric crafted from Aquafil’s ECONYL® yarn, a particular and innovative nylon fibre 100% regenerated from waste that would otherwise pollute the Earth.

The FF logo dresses underpinning garments as well, in seamless shapes that effortlessly adhere to the body. New, fitted jackets are made in Softshell, a three-layered fabric in which Lycra is paired with membrane and pile. The lightness of the material allows more feminine and form-fitting silhouettes, yet maintaining the high performance.

Matching underpinnings are crafted from recycled Lycra, featuring contrasting stitching and FF patch on the front. Also proposed with the FENDI O’Lock chain motif, technical underpinnings are designed to be mixed and matched with outerwear pieces.

The menswear palette follows the shades of black and white with touches of burgundy. The Vichy motif, introduced on the Men’s AW2022/23 runway, stands out on ski suits, puffer jackets and matching pants. In black and white tones, it is combined with the FENDI Roma logo and sporty details.

The three-dimensional FF logo dresses a jogger and sweatshirt set in black and white. Among the after-ski proposals, pile hoodies and matching pants in colour blocks feature the FENDI Roma logo.

Ski accessories complete the story: ski helmet, gloves and mask all feature the iconic FF logo, tonal or in the classic brown and tobacco shades, following the toned-down palette of ski garments.

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