A sweater worn by a 1990s girl might have had an open back and white buttons, but it’s actually a Fendi sweater.
This is a photo of a Fida sweater worn in 1993.
The sweater is part of a line of Fendi sweaters that are often worn with jeans and sneakers.
It has a “fancy” open back, and white stripes along the shoulders and collar.
In the photo, the girl wears jeans and a pair of sneakers.
(The Fendi name is an acronym for “faux couture.”)
The jacket is also open, and the white stripes around the shoulders.
Here, the sweater is tucked into a pair the girl wore a few weeks ago.
A photo of the same sweater in a more recent shot.
(This one shows the sweater in its original configuration.)
Fendi sweats also have an open-back silhouette, but these have stripes along their shoulders and neck, and are usually done in a slightly different color.
If you have any information about this Fendi pattern, please contact the Fendi Canada branch at (416) 826-0099 or the Fadière Canada branch.