He’s the dapper, theatre arts trained star of one of Netflix’s most thought-provoking teenage dramas. She’s the unadulterated and utterly delightful Japanese comedienne who uses her wit and experimental style to advocate for body positivity.
But if you think that Tommy Dorfman and Naomi Watanabe are worlds apart, Fendi’s latest instalment of its ongoing #BaguetteFriendsForever short film series – created to spotlight the brand’s signature pochette – will have you know that they’re in fact completely in sync.
Beyond the classic Pequin and signature double F monogram, this original “It” bag from the 90’s has been getting revamps since its resurgence at the Spring/Summer 2019 fashion shows. Think: smaller (and bigger) versions of the baguette to the latest sensory experience of the first-ever scented leather bag.
This season sees vibrant spring hues of mustard and powdery pink featured on Watanabe and Dorfman. Vibrant colours aside, there’s even a new way to wear your baguette. Pop on a Nano Baguette a la Dorfman as an additional accessory and you’ve got a whole new look with extra storage space. Talk about functional accessorising.