The third performance from the luxury fashion house took place at Tokyo’s Shibuya Sky, and also at GINZA SIX Rooftop Garden.
As the summer months draw to an end, we’re still craving the great outdoors in conjunction with a much-needed cultural hit. And FENDI are serving it in the bucketloads, as the Italian luxury house have now dropped their third FENDI Renaissance – Anima Mundi – this time in collaboration with the Tokyo University of the Arts.
Following performances in Rome and Shanghai, this time around, the streaming event took place at famous observation area, Shibuya Sky, providing a panoramic view over Tokyo, and also at GINZA SIX Rooftop Garden.
The breathtaking views were swept with the beautiful notes of students, violinist Rio Arai, and saxophonist Kohei Ueno, playing the Finale of Gioachino Rossini’s William Tell Overture – and trussed in FENDI’s pre-fall 2020 collection, no less.
The stream comes with FENDI’s dedication to delivering to the community a positive message of “rebirth through art, fashion and music” following COVID-19. The performance is a symbol of “hope for the future”.
Find out more at fendi.com Watch the performance below…