Debuted during SS22 Milan Fashion Week, Fendi and Versace's collaboration is due to hit shops this month.

The latest in this year’s many, many, big brand collaborations, Fendi and Versace – or Fendace – is available in shops this May. First unveiled at SS22 Milan Fashion Week, design giants Kim Jones and Donatella Versace swapped roles at each other’s respective houses.


Following an established trend, Fendace comes after the Gucci and Balenciaga’s luxury collaboration last year, as well as the Burberry and Vivienne Westwood collection.

For Versace, Kim Jones (Fendi’s creative director of women’s ready-to-wear ) Silvia Venturini Fendi produced a Versace by Fendi collection, whilst Donatella Versace drew inspiration from the label’s archives for the Fendi by Versace pieces. The campaign included an all-star cast, with the likes of Naomi Campbell, Anja Rubik, Imaan Hammam and Kristen McMenamy making an appearance.


With the pair due to host ten pop-ups in cities including London, Paris, Tokyo, New York and Dubai, the collection could be available as early as May 12th.


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