Fashion Week may be coming to an end in Paris, but not without FENDI. To commemorate the label's ninetieth anniversary, the Roman brand organized a fashion show and presented it at one of Rome's most historic sites - the Trevi Fountain.

Creative director Carl Lagerfeld had chosen the theme Legends and Tales. He presented 46 visions inspired by princes and princesses, animals, enchanted forests and mystical, embroidered and painted, fairy tale motifs. The handmade dresses involved master craftsmen who spent between 200 and 600 hours in making dresses and skins a reality.

The Trevi Fountain is of utmost importance in the city's cinema history. It can be said that the most glamorous scene in Italian film history is the one in which actress Anita Ekberg strides through the Trevi Fountain in the movie Federico Fellini 1960 - La Dolce Vita. For the FENDI show, they use movie music by Nino Rota, who creates music in Fellini's films.

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