From denim styles that have been washed, faded and subtly distressed for an authentic look, to supple leather versions with zip fastenings, Fendi creates jackets you'll be able to wear for years to come. Ideal for trans-seasonal layering, the selection comprises denim jackets, biker styles, updated bomber silhouettes and more.
Expect Fendi's outerwear offering to be made from premium fabrics like leather, denim, wool and cotton. Make this your go-to brand for designs that are effortlessly cool and ideal for throwing on over your casualwear.
Regular care and maintenance will help keep leather in its original condition for longer. A soft polishing cloth and specialist leather cleaner can be used to remove dust and small amounts of dirt. Persistent stains can be removed with a specialist leather cleaner. Although a leather protector won't safeguard leather from all abrasions, creases, and scuff marks, it is an extra step to take to ensure the leather ages well. Follow by polishing, which helps leather items regain their shine.
Before attempting to clean cotton, we would advise always checking the label to ensure no specific care instructions are required. Cotton can sometimes be prone to shrinking when it is washed and dried, and to prevent this happening it is recommended to use water that is 30°C or below, either by hand or in the washing machine. This will help avoid color fading and dye transfer. Allow to air dry naturally.
Prolong the life of your denim by hand washing inside out or by putting in the washing machine. Clean in a cold water and use a mild detergent. It is worth noting that before denim is washed, the dye from your indigo pieces may rub off on light-colored fabric, leather and upholstery. To make color last longer, wash inside out with cold water, with like colors. Denim should not be left in direct sunlight, as this can cause discoloration. Do not dry your denim in the tumble dryer, instead hang up and allow to air dry naturally.
Wool is a soft, natural fiber that can be prone to shrinking if not cared for properly. The best way to care for wool will vary depending on the type of garment that requires cleaning. Some wool pieces, such as a suit, blazer or coat, would benefit from spot cleaning. Otherwise, hand washing is often the safest way to treat wool, and requires lukewarm water mixed with a specialist wool detergent. To prevent shrinkage, it is advised to soak your garment in cold water before placing it in the machine. Dry naturally away from heat and strong direct sunlight. To ensure a silky, smooth appearance to your wool garment, iron inside-out on a low temperature setting, ideally when it is still damp.
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