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Get Ready for the Beach With Fendi's SS21 Basket Bags

Pops of color to add to your seasonal lineup.

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Get Ready for the Beach With Fendi's SS21 Basket Bags

Pops of color to add to your seasonal lineup.

Revealed on Silvia Venturini Fendi’s final collection for the house, Fendi‘s Spring/Summer 2021 basket bags are now about to hit stores. The seasonal accessories are ideal for a socially distanced trip to the beach or a weekend picnic at an open-spaced park.

Designed as a throwback to childhood summer memories, the purse sparks nostalgia with its playful yet simple look. The piece, arriving in two size options, is entirely made using recycled PVC to keep the brand’s sustainability efforts in mind. Yellow, pink, light blue, orange and white hues take over the tonal bags, with the iconic FF stamp taking center stage. The purses can additionally be accessorized with mini charms and matching slides.

Take a closer look above. The purses will arrive at Fendi’s boutiques and online store in April.

While you’re here, discover the biggest handbag trends to look out for this spring.

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