You know why Fendi is often a one-stop shop for me? From my Mini-Monster bags and wallets to the Peekaboo in multi-hue fur or the editor-favorite 2 Jour tote, with Karlito in tow, naturally, to the most simplistic shapes of all, aka the brand-spanking new Dotcom, this brand has a bag for all different tastes, preferences, and perhaps most importantly, Snobby moods of all kinds.
The Dotcom bag is what you look for in your everyday bag. Actually, it might very well be the most pragmatic of all the Fendi bags. Which isn’t a bad thing. This is understated luxury that you never tire of seeing. It’s also a piece you’ll pull out year after year, never questioning your sanity for making such a purchase. Which is rare! Showcasing supple calfskin and including a removable pouch, it features details only the most discerning of eyes will notice: the punctuation of perforation and ingenious design of the cone-stud hardware attachment, which clicks into place from the interior.
If there is one bag I want for the new season, it’s this one in pale blue (one of Pantone’s colors of the year, by the way). The removable clutch injects each Dotcom with a contrasting hue. My pale blue with a dark blue pouch, the brown with petal pink, the milk white with black, the black with electric blue, and the dove gray with red. If you’re looking for even more flavor, pick up the interchangeable strap ($1,000) Jessica Alba’s been seen carrying, covered in rainbow plexiglass studs. My bag is like my home: I need it to not only look pleasing to the eye. It also has to work for me, at all times, and this one has multiple functions with subtle details. The new Dotcom demonstrates that less is much, much more. Exclusively available on Fendi.com for $2,400.