In his second couture presentation, Kim Jones debuts the home’s first excessive jewellery assortment by Delfina Delettrez
Throughout the Palais Brongniart—the historic residence of the Paris inventory change—Fendi’s Kim Jones offered a set modeled on the axis of previous, current and future. The blindingly optic-white set provided a clean canvas for a set so refined as to inch in direction of simplicity at first look, solely to be revealed as uncommon fabrications rendered by means of the precision craftsmanship of couture custom.
The gathering’s first three tailor-made exits have been realized in Vicuña wool from the Andes woven by Loro Piana in Italy. Snatches of Japanese silk hand-printed and painted by hand Kata-Yuzen cloth have been commissioned by conventional makers in Kyoto, impressed by patches of seventeenth century kimono cloth Jones discovered on a visit to Japan in March, and all seems to be—even sheer types, weighted with hundreds of rolled bugle-beads—have been suffused with lightness, falling from the physique in straightforward silhouettes.
The presentation noticed the introduction of a preview of Fendi’s first ever excessive jewellery assortment, designed by Fendi heiress and inventive director of bijou, Delfina Delettrez. The one-of-a-kind parure explores expressions of sunshine and motion by means of pavé and baguette white diamonds, completed with the home’s inverted FF monogram in pure yellow baguette diamonds on every design.
“This season, I wished to step away from Rome, or no less than I wished to put Rome in a worldwide context,” says Jones within the present notes. “On this assortment, we’re taking a look at fragments of various cities, specifically Kyoto, Paris and Rome. The fragmentary nature of issues is echoed all through the gathering, like snatches of reminiscence or the impression of issues previous, current, and future.”