This month Fendi unravels myBaguette app which elevates the personalisable appeal of the iconic Baguette bag. The luxury brand has created a new tablet dedicated App that has been launched on iTunes and Google Play encouraging fans with artistic flair to create their own virtual style. Playful, vibrant and artisanal, the new App crafted for iPads and Android, consists in a white Baguette to decorate with a variety of tools, details and effects that offer a true DIY experience, all with one finger.
Today brands have realised the power of the digital-savvy consumer who wants to live stream a fashion show, take personalisation to another level and browse through the latest brand offerings with a touch-friendly interface.
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Fendi: myBaguette app
Besides a selection of paint brushes, colours and filters, in fact, the creative options range from the intensity of the strokes to the saturation of the colours, from vintage sepia filters to all-over kaleidoscope designs. Plastering the Baguette with personal photos and images to create an exclusive pattern, is also a possibility. "The Baguette was conceived as a clever little bag, with minimalist lines but a whole lot of imagination. Created in over 1,000 versions since its creation, including the customisable canvas versions, I am delighted that the digital crowd will now also have the opportunity to make their own Baguette bag which I can't wait to see!," states
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