Fendi opens a boutique in Mykonos in the shopping destination of Nammos Village – WWD

READY FOR SUMMER: As the peak of summer approaches, Fendi lands in Mykonos, opening a boutique in the jet-set hot spot of the Cyclades archipelago.

The unit is the brand’s first in Greece and is located in the high-end shopping destination Nammos Village, located in the south of the island.

Inspired by Mediterranean culture and local architecture, the 969-square-foot store is housed in a two-level white building, with sunlight filtering inside through elongated windows.

The interior combines natural elements, with oak flooring with light blue resin inserts and a ceiling made up of white joists and bamboo. Raffia wallpaper and nautical-themed elements define the dressing rooms, while furnishings include bespoke travertine pieces mixed with wood, rattan, and bamboo pieces.

The unit also has two terraces, designed to give continuity to the interior ambience with their light blue resin floor, raffia and bamboo furniture as well as colorful handcrafted ceramic vases added as decorative elements.

In the Fendi store in Mykonos.
Courtesy of Fendi

The store offers all of the fashion house‘s categories – including pieces from the Fendace collection – with leather goods, accessories and footwear presented in turquoise oxidized copper displays on the ground floor and ready-to-wear -port available on the first floor.

A special interpretation of the medium Fendi Peekaboo ISeeU bag will be available in store exclusively for Europe. The model is crafted from white crocodile leather, with a matching leather lining with a glossy finish and the brand’s signature Pequin motif set against a wooden handle.

The medium Fendi Peekaboo ISeeU bag brought to the Mykonos store exclusively for Europe.

The Fendi Peekaboo ISeeU medium bag worn at the Mykonos boutique is exclusive for Europe.
Fabrizio Martinez/Courtesy of Fendi

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