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Fendi Spring 2015 by Silvia Venturini under Karl Lagerfeld.

(Photo: Yanni Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com. See more on Style.com)

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We’ve fallen in love with “Casa Madonna”, the Italian home of Silvia Venturini Fendi, daughter of Anna Fendi. This Fashion Week, Silvia collaborated with family friend, Karl Lagerfeld, to present Fendi’s Spring 2015 Collection in Milan.

Silvia’s home inspirations? Vintage trunks, various Fendi Selleria bags, embroidered coverlet, pillows made from Fendi, shaded lounge chairs containing chaises from India, vintage Rosenthal dining sets, Turkish fireplace with Sicilian religious items, and a kitchen with blue and white majolica tiles and a 19th century stove. 

(See more of the home at Bazaar/Interiors)

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Street Style: Delfina Delettrez
Delfina Delettrez was born to be a powerful creative force. Surrounded by the regal elegance of her family, the fourth generation Fendi launched her own accessories line in 2007 with an opening collection of bizarrely curious frogs, skulls, and gothic romanticism. Delfina told The New York Times “These are not classic pieces, they are for women with a strong character and a sense of humor. Not everyone is going to wear a ring with a pig on it.” The Inside Source met her in Miami soaking in some art during Miami’s Art Basel. We especially are coveting her sleek personal Fendi bag with it’s own sense of humor, almost affirming the need for her to personify each accessory. 

Currently, we spotted another creature bag, the rare Fendi Fur Monster clutch on eBay, however, the classic Fendi large handbags are generally more available. You can also dive into the universe of Delfina’s jewelry with a few pieces found on eBay. 

(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

Street Style: Delfina Delettrez

Delfina Delettrez was born to be a powerful creative force. Surrounded by the regal elegance of her family, the fourth generation Fendi launched her own accessories line in 2007 with an opening collection of bizarrely curious frogs, skulls, and gothic romanticism. Delfina told The New York TimesThese are not classic pieces, they are for women with a strong character and a sense of humor. Not everyone is going to wear a ring with a pig on it.” The Inside Source met her in Miami soaking in some art during Miami’s Art Basel. We especially are coveting her sleek personal Fendi bag with it’s own sense of humor, almost affirming the need for her to personify each accessory. 
Currently, we spotted another creature bag, the rare Fendi Fur Monster clutch on eBay, however, the classic Fendi large handbags are generally more available. You can also dive into the universe of Delfina’s jewelry with a few pieces found on eBay. 
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)
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FW Style: Peony Lim
Anyone named after a flower gets our instant love. Peony Lim keeps an online style diary and acts as a brand consult while running her own online shop. She admits “I mostly buy on Ebay. I’ve found loads of stuff, [such as] an amazing vintage 3-piece Yves Saint Laurent suit.” 
Hat: Lock and Co | Shirt: Tibi | Coat: Celine | Jeans: Zara | Boots: Christian Louboutin | Bag: Fendi

(Photo: Melodie Jeng. Text by Jauretsi)

FW Style: Peony Lim

Anyone named after a flower gets our instant love. Peony Lim keeps an online style diary and acts as a brand consult while running her own online shop. She admits “I mostly buy on Ebay. I’ve found loads of stuff, [such as] an amazing vintage 3-piece Yves Saint Laurent suit.” 

Hat: Lock and Co | Shirt: Tibi | Coat: Celine | Jeans: Zara | Boots: Christian Louboutin | Bag: Fendi

(Photo: Melodie Jeng. Text by Jauretsi)