In the fashion industry, the name Fendi has stood for unique luxury and Italian flair for almost a century. High-quality materials, first-class workmanship and great attention to detail are the hallmarks of its creations. At the same time, the label does not rest on its laurels: the company's designers constantly reinterpret timeless shapes and combine them with innovative ideas. This recipe for success is also reflected in the design of Fendi glasses - and makes them coveted fashion accessories.
The history of Fendi begins in 1925 in a small shop with furs and leather goods in Rome. The rise to becoming a global fashion brand began in the mid-1960s, when the company hired a world-famous name as their chief designer for women's fashion: Karl Lagerfeld. He designed the legendary logo with the double-F and shapes the characteristic line to this day: a glamorous and sophisticated aura meets creativity and innovative courage. Certain pieces such as cashmere coats with futuristic leather details or silk blouses with extravagant prints make the hearts of fashionistas beat faster. Accessories such as handbags and Fendi glasses continue to do this seamlessly.
An excellent example are the Fendi panto-style glasses: the famous shape of the 1920s is one of the absolute classics and balances out oval, angular and heart-shaped faces. Their secret? The contours of the round, flattened lenses copy the natural shape of the eye socket and complement the face. The Italian brand interprets these intrinsically intellectual glasses in its own way, for example with black or horn-coloured plastic, from which shiny metal hinges with an embossed logo stand out as elegant eye-catchers. These women's glasses are striking and at the same time unmistakably feminine: this is ensured by the moderate material thicknesses and balanced proportions. Do you want your glasses to be overall more reserved? Then a pair of Fendi panto-shaped glasses frames made of delicate metal is the right choice.
If you are looking for an angular frame, one of the Fendi glasses with classic trapezoidal lenses is highly recommended. Particularly round and oval faces benefit from the more angular lines of these frames. In terms of their elegant appearance, they are in no way inferior to their round counterparts: they are designed with just as much stylistic sensitivity, and fine details completing the composition.
Are you always one step ahead when it comes to fashion and are looking for glasses that stand out from the crowd? Fendi glasses in their cat eye design are the perfect eye-catcher for female trendsetters. Conceived in the 1950s, this glasses design is inseparably linked to Hollywood divas such as Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe and is currently experiencing a brilliant comeback. Fendi's designers are reviving it in various variations, for example with large plastic frames in classic colours such as black or brown, which additionally emphasise their vintage flair. Fashionable details such as pastel colour-blocking elements form an exciting contrast to the striking overall picture. Fendi provides a contrast to these extremely eye-catching designs with metal cat eye shaped glasses. The shape and material of these Fendi glasses merge to create an attractive mix of retro and purist lightness.
Curious about what the different Fendi glasses frames look like? Mister Spex is the ideal place to get a good overview: our practical virtual fitting gives you a realistic impression in 2D or 3D in no time at all. It is just as easy to get an overview of which frames are suitable for your face shape - the easy-to-use search function makes this possible. And if you have found one or more desired models, you will benefit from further advantages:
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