Once a modest fur and leather goods store begun by married couple Eduardo and Adele Fendi in Rome in 1925, Fendi has evolved into a line synonymous with luxury. Now headed up by Karl Lagerfeld, who had his first stint with the label in 1966, Fendi has expanded to include accessories in addition to its ready-to-wear and apparel collections. Most notably, the house caused a stir in the fashion world in 1997 when it released the now-famous baguette handbag (so named because it's worn tucked under the arm like a loaf of French bread). Fendi's latest collections combine ultra modern haute couture with a hint of edgy, futuristic drama, and -- as always -- plenty of fur.

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