Earlier this year, Italian Maison Fendi announced its partnership with Big Bang’s Taeyang to launch a special “Fendi for Taeyang” capsule collection. The line has been available on our shores since 1 September at Marina Bay Sands. The highly anticipated men’s collection, which combines the South Korean star’s recognisable style with that of the fashion house’s Fall Winter 2017 collection, comprises of jackets, t-shirts, backpacks, sneakers and many other accessories. Although the range consists of only menswear items, here are the accessories (and a t-shirt) us women can rock too.
1) The Collection t-shirt, $1,000
Oversized t-shirts are a fool-proof way to looking edgy and chic. This features daisy prints and other slogans hand-picked by Tayeang himself as key motifs for the entire collection.
2) Faith backpack, $3,370
"Faith" is one of the words that most inspire the pop star so it's only natural that he would have it printed on a bag. The red and yellow colours add a fun twist to the usual black backpack.
3) Daisy backpack, $3,370
With a daisy (Taeyang's favourite flower) applique decorating the upper closure, this backpack will definitely appeal to all female fans. Another key feature we love? The zip comes embossed with "Young Bae" (the singer's real name" fonts in the artists own handwriting.
4) Faith pouch, $1,750
This black calfskin style features a yellow slogan with a red trim, just as the backpack of the same material. What else we love: the small daisy print on the back of the pouch.
5) Grace pouch, $1,750
For something more feminine and chic, this red shearling pouch is perfect as it caters to both men and women. Just like "faith", "grace" is another key word prominent in the collection.
6) Keychains, $580
Besides the usual accessories and ready-to-wear pieces, the pop star also designed a series of key charms. Comprising of two rubber motifs with his favourite slogan and "Young Bae" written on both sides, this interchangeable key charm offers various styling possibilties that suit many occasions
This article was first published on Female Singapore