Walk on Water – Fendi Legends and Fairy Tales

A Fairy Tale was made possible by Fendi at Fontana do Trevi last night.

Celebrating 90 years, Fendi is alive and walking on water, casting creative energy for the 90 years to come, thanks to its creative team: Karl Lagerfeld, Silvia Venturini Fendi and Pietro Beccari.

Little Red Riding Hood crossed enchanted forests and walked on water, wearing Fendi from sunrise till  darkness. The 40 models walked on a translucent plexiglass runway, closely followed by Neptune’s attentive gaze.

Dressed in transparencies with floral motives, embroideries, and fur details worked with high craftsmanship – “Haute Fourrure”, which follow from a word game between haute couture and fur. All  coordinated with ankle boots.



The story of one of the most amazing fashion shows ever seen, started in January 2013, when Fendi announced a €2,5 million project to restore five fountains in Rome, the birthplace of Fendi.

Fontana di Trevi was made famous by Fellini’s La Dolce Vita, in 1960, when Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg waded through the fountain.

The restoration was completed after 17 months and came to reveal all its full magnificence last night.



Welcome to the future – The Future of Clothing!

The Next Black, AEG.

The Next Black, AEG.

After a short break to allow happy holidays, and before we take the full breath to commit ourselves with Springtime, take a peek in the future of fashion and clothing. For some companies, that future is already happening – as “The Next Black – A film about the Future of Clothing” confirms.

Studio XO, photo © The Next Black, AEG.

Studio XO, photo © The Next Black, AEG.

This 45-minute documentary, produced by home appliance manufacturer AEG and award-winning production company House of Radon, has been released to explore the future of clothing. It aims to ask innovative companies core questions about mass consumption of clothing; care and quality concerns; new technologies, smart clothing, organic and traditional garment.The answer is given by sustainable companies, where fashion meets technology creating amazing effects, or developing garments that send real-time data; materials grown from living organisms and water saving dye methods.
Whatever your personal answer is to the future of clothing, may you all have the best of the years & experience happiness for 366 days in 2016!




Autumn defined style – objects of desire

Before Autumn is over and before we indulge ourselves into the holiday season, we still have time to introduce The DisQuiet into hues of colour (finally), even if in soft ones, to depict some of our most desired fashion items. The shopping guide is bellow.



Chalayan Wool Blend Gabardine Coat, at Net-a-PorterBottega Veneta, polka-dot twill wide leg pants, at Net-a-Porter
Comeforbreakfast roll neck sweater, at Farfetch Sofia Coppola bag, for Louis VuittonTod’s Patent-leather ankle boots, at Net-a-PorterVivienne Westwood Pink gold ring, at Vivienne WestwoodVictoria Bekham round-frame metal mirrored sunglasses Net-a-Porter