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I completely agree @averagejoe! And although logos are debatable I like that they used the marketable name “Fendace” rather than it being a Fendi or a Versace. Whether one likes it or not, I think most people would agree that this venture was a true blending of the brands.
 

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I like the fact that they gave the mixing of the brands a marketable name, unlike the Gucci x Balenciaga "Hack". "Hack" doesn't really make sense to me.
Feni-Versace still stole the idea from the 'Hack' (or Bal Clones)' though :P

That both Fendi and Versace brands are (or were) Italian and often have a similar client 'style-tribe' is actually an easier blend. Span/French Bal (couture/Avant apparel) and Gucci (cool leather goods) are more style-on-style. I think they 'fit' in different ways.

I have a vintage 1994 Oroton (metal mesh) Medusa top from Versace
Now
I want the Oroton 'Fendace' scarf (reminds me of Elsa Peretti too). Please don't let me forget.
 
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Yoshi1296

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I did not know they were gonna sell the pieces in this collection. When they said "this is not a collaboration" I thought this was purely for fun and the pieces would not be available for purchase!

Oh dear...I better start saving up!