It's no secret that Fendi is having a serious moment, and the resurgence in Fendi's popularity could very well be attributed to the creative direction provided by the late Karl Lagerfeld. Lagerfeld held the reigns at Fendi for over 50 years, and the mark that he left on the brand cannot be ignored.
Fendi re-released the Baguette Bag earlier this year, and it seems that the Baguette isn't leaving us anytime soon. For Resort 2020, the Baguette is shown in embossed logo leather as well as updated versions in lush, colorful exotics. Exotics were also at play on Fendi classics such as the Mini Peekaboo and the Peekaboo x-Lite. With Silvia Venturini Fendi's solo debut, this collection also featured some new handbag designs as well as the use of a new, but old, logo: the FF Karligraphy. Though logos were at play here, the use of them throughout the collection was toned down a bit. Notable new design mentions include a large, top-handle tote as well as a top handle bucket bag with a long chain closure. View all of the bags below.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]