Fendi sunglasses: The history
The history of Fendi sunglasses starts 1918, when Fendi was founded as a fur and leather specialist. The Italian brand Fendi secured its global iconic status in 1925 when the first Fendi shop opened in the heart of Rome by Adele and Edoardo Fendi.
Today Fendi sunglasses are synonymous with ‘top fashion’. In 2007, the world of fashion was mesmerized by the Fendi’s show on the Great Wall. Showcasing Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini’s latest fashions, 88 models from Asia and across the world descended down a catwalk of more than 85 meters and showcased eastern and western looks to more than 500 guests, media and VIPS including Thandie Newton, Kate Bosworth and Zhang Ziyi.
Fendi sunglasses for women are not only ultra feminine, but also bold. Bright colors and inventive integration of the logo allow ladies to be as overt or discreet as they would like about their eyewear. A collection which is fashionably timeless.
From a status symbol to a fashion phenomenon, Fendi has changed under the successive guidance of Edoardo Fendi’s five daughters, and Karl Lagerfeld since 1965. The innate sense of curiosity transforms Fendi eyewear into highly desirable, refined accessories.
Fendi eyewear is characterized by elegant and unexpected designs, unusual combination of materials and treatments, and creativity in both form and character. Known for its use of color and unique color contrasts, Fendi uses these elements to enrich and enhance the features of the frames.