(1)The history section of this article has copied most of the text verbatim from [http://www.myfendi.com/index_files/history.htm]. (2)Some of the facts don't make sense (e.g., it says Lagerfield join the design house in 1965 but then says that he created the Fendissime line in 1962). (3)The "double F" line's real name is zucca. I don't know if the other info is correct, but it's obviously questionable. --Toiletsewere 02:07, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
- Re (1), the link belonged to a spammer who copied content from wikipedia articles before (it seems to have changed owners since then). Femto 14:11, 8 June 2007 (UTC)
Someone, please, help to get that into the article.
The "Fendi Casa" section reads like an advertisement. It lacks a NPOV (instead hihgly praising the subject) and contains non-sensical marketing language. Factual content could be compressed into this: "A variety of home furnishings. Furniture, sofas, armchairs, poufs, chaise-longues, consoles and day-beds.". The rest of the paragraph deals with the personal taste and preference of the author. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 09:07, 28 July 2008 (UTC)
In the introduction to the article, Fendi is described as "highly fashionable", but for what reason? This is subjective and doesn't entail factual or objective statements about the label. Changing this.--AlbertWesker411 (talk) 21:54, 8 October 2012 (UTC)AlbertWesker411