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Mr Doodle X Fendi : Happy Valentine’s Day

At a time when the pandemic is still hitting strong, it’s time for China to reconnect with its cultural festivities. And August is all about Valentine’s Day! Mr Doodle’s child-like drawings have taken over the world, and today the artist has unveiled a new capsule collection with Fendi. Moved by the desire to fill in the space with his marker pen, the artist constructs his incredible body of work by giving free reign to his thousand ideas and emotions. His aesthetic gives a fresh perspective and a ‘party twist’ to the historical designs of Fendi, including the iconic bags ‘Baguette Nano’ and ‘Peekaboo Iconic’. This act of customization is very popular amongst a young and wealthy clientele and allows street culture to create a dialogue with historic Houses. In his days, Yves Saint Laurent had already put the work of Mondrian in the spotlight, but he did so 20 years after the artist’s passing. Here, the British artist – who had already organized a performance on the roof of Palazzo Della Civilta Italiana, Fendi’s headquarters in Rome – not only shows that artists can cross the border between art and fashion in their lifetime but also that their collaborations can last through time. The collection is now available on Fendi.com

Mr Doodle X Fendi : Happy Valentine’s Day

At a time when the pandemic is still hitting strong, it’s time for China to reconnect with its cultural festivities. And August is all about Valentine’s Day! Mr Doodle’s child-like drawings have taken over the world, and today the artist has unveiled a new capsule collection with Fendi. Moved by the desire to fill in the space with his marker pen, the artist constructs his incredible body of work by giving free reign to his thousand ideas and emotions. His aesthetic gives a fresh perspective and a ‘party twist’ to the historical designs of Fendi, including the iconic bags ‘Baguette Nano’ and ‘Peekaboo Iconic’. This act of customization is very popular amongst a young and wealthy clientele and allows street culture to create a dialogue with historic Houses. In his days, Yves Saint Laurent had already put the work of Mondrian in the spotlight, but he did so 20 years after the artist’s passing. Here, the British artist – who had already organized a performance on the roof of Palazzo Della Civilta Italiana, Fendi’s headquarters in Rome – not only shows that artists can cross the border between art and fashion in their lifetime but also that their collaborations can last through time. The collection is now available on Fendi.com

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