Tokyo, Paris, Oslo. We asked three women, from three backgrounds, to show us how their city influences the way they’re wearing Fendi’s spring collection.
‘The biggest misconception about Tokyo is that it’s really quirky and weird – it’s actually very conservative most of the time; it can even be a bit boring sometimes. But each area of the city has a different type of style. At the moment, I love Shinjuku Nichome, which is the gay district. There’s a club called New Sazae, which is the oldest club in the area and only plays disco. It’s my favourite place ever.’
‘I’ve lived in Paris for six years, and I love the beauty and culture that surrounds you here. How would I describe my style? Probably tomboy mixed with timeless elegance. As for Parisian style: I think it is the best in the world. Let’s leave it at that!’
‘I was born in Oslo; I’ve lived here my whole life. For a long time, Scandi minimalism was the look, but more and more Norwegian fashionistas are becoming bolder. I would describe my personal style as playful – I really like to combine luxury items with vintage pieces. I also like to layer and mix colours and patterns, but sometimes all black is best.’
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