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Fendi holds fashion show on Great Wall of China


Models use the Great Wall as a catwalk (AP photo)

Built over 200 years before Christ to protect Chinese borders, now a cat walk for the rich and famous…

Guess I’m a loser because I’ve never heard of them, but designer Karl Lagerfield put on the show for Fendi.

“Fifties-style promdresses and fur jackets were highlighted on the stage by the Italian luxury goods company famous for its shoes, bags and geometric logo.”

More photos and full article here:

QUESTION: What do you think of the wall being used as a cat walk?


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