Fendi x Porter "Baguette" Collaboration Is Now Available

In celebration of the 25 anniversary of the “Baguette Bag.”

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Fendi celebrated the 25th anniversary of one of its most iconic bag accessories, the “Baguette.” Fendi heralds the spirit of collaboration and reintroduced the 1998 miniature bag in various iterations featuring co-designed elements from Tiffany & Co., Marc Jacobs, Sarah Jessica Parker and Porter for its Resort 2023 runway collection.

Now, the Fendi x Porter “Baguette” collaboration is officially available. The design features Porter’s expert take on craftsmanship and ornamental detailing. The Japanese brand’s stamp can be seen with the collection’s introduction of the “Bum Baguette” – which can be used as a fanny pack. The Baguette takes on Porter’s signature nylon technique and is available in various colorways. The regular-sized bags come in black and clay grey while the mini sizes come in blueberry blue, red, baby pink and wasabi green. The bags are all accented with silver hardware as well as co-branded labels.

The Fendi x Porter “Baguette” is now available in flagship retailers for both brands and at Fendi and Porter.

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