MUST HAVE SS'17: Fendi embraces the season's penchant for knits

Founded by her grandparents Edoardo and Adele in 1925, Fendi is now led by Silvia Venturini Fendi – creator of the iconic ‘Baguette’ bag – and Karl Lagerfeld, who was appointed in 1965 and is playfully known as “the sixth Fendi child.” Alongside sports and ski, the brand’s ready-to-wear and shoe collections are defined by color, playful proportions and use of embellishment.

Fendi embraces the season's penchant for knits with these light-gray ankle boots. Making their debut on the label's Spring '17 runway, they are decorated with embroidered blooms, bows and stripes, creating the perfect balance between sporty and feminine. The sock-like fit ensures the most comfortable, flexible stride.

Cut from airy striped satin and organza, Fendi's midi skirt floats over the body. This pastel-pink and gray design sits smoothly at your waist and is printed with a garden-inspired trompe-l'oeil photograph. Style it with heeled sandals to highlight the draped asymmetric hem.

First seen on the Spring '17 runway, Fendi's 'Peekaboo' shoulder bag is hand-painted with a vintage-inspired floral motif that looks like jacquard. This micro version is trimmed with rose bud appliqués and has dual suede-lined compartments for smaller essentials. Carry it by the top handle or attach it to the label's '2Jours' shopper.