Fashion week kicked off with a bang at the Hammerstein Ballroom, where Fendi celebrated 25 years of the Baguette bag (with the help of Marc Jacobs).
New York Fashion Week began in earnest with a time-space collapse Friday night at the Hammerstein Ballroom in midtown Manhattan.
Orchestrated by Fendi and Kim Jones, its creative director, it was nominally a celebration of 25 years of its famous Baguette handbag, the loaf-shaped purse created by Silvia Venturini Fendi in 1997. Mostly, however, it was an extravaganza from the late 1990s memory bank, down to the 1,000 mostly mask-less guests who crammed into the show.
Forget going back to the before Covid times. This was
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