It’s Going Viral – The Fendi Dotcom Bag

Fendi is making a big boom as of late, and we love keeping up with all the new surprises. Karlito’s been super-sized and studded out with a whole new look. Fendi also recently launched e-commerce in the US. There’s no denying that Fendi is on the roll with new, creative styles and making themselves even more present in the media and internet world.

Let’s take a closer look at the new bag that celebrates all of Fendi’s latest innovations: The Fendi Dotcom Bag




The Dotcom bag was first introduced in the Resort 2016 collection, and will also be available in new, fresh floral styles in the Spring/Summer 2016 collection. From first glance, the Dotcom may just seem like basic satchel. However, its interior features and modern sleekness truly set it apart from the rest. The bag is made from thick leather giving it a very structured, but slim look. The stud in the center of the bag seems like the Dotcom’s only decorative flair, but it actually has a very functional purpose. The center stud connects to a removable, contrasting color pouch inside the bag, which gives the Dotcom points for being stylish, multifunctional, and the simply practical. The bag features a top handle and a removable crossbody strap that can be interchanged with Fendi’s playful, “Strap You” straps for a more unique look. The Dotcom retails for $2,400 via Neiman Marcus.

The name Dotcom simply captures this bag’s entire vibe. Although it can hold its own among other Fendi classics like the Peekaboo, By the Way, and 2Jours, it has a very modern feel that is perfect for the woman navigating her way through our ever-changing, techy world. Even though it hasn’t fully hit the scene yet, we may see the Dotcom bag making big waves in the bag world soon…

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Do you think the Dotcom bag could be Fendi’s future it-bag?

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5 Responses to “It’s Going Viral – The Fendi Dotcom Bag”

  • Although my biggest Fendi crush is the 2Jours, this Dotcom (I still hadn’t been introduced to it yet so thank you for sharing it with us M. ?) is quite interesting and very very pretty ?!!! But since I’m never hooked on bags just because they’re the “it-bags” of the season (I love my Silvana and my laaarge Peekaboo very much even though they aren’t in the spotlight anymore), 2jours and Peekaboo are still my boos ? Oh, and I love who is hooked on the season’s it-bags and then stop wearing them when they become last season because that’s when I am able to snatch my babies (at a fraction of the price ??) ???❤️❤️???

  • I really loved this bag from afar and was so excited to finally see it in person! Sadly for me it was a disappointment. I don’t care to have the tails sticking out so when they are fastened its difficult to get into. The best parts about it weren’t enough to justify buying it which for me were the strap and the removable pouch. It’s hard to put my finger on exactly what turned me off about it but it just wasn’t my jam. I was sad but happy to know my money could stay in my pocket a bit longer or go towards finally grabbing my Peekaboo!

  • I really appreciate you sharing your feedback. It’s always valuable to hear from the consumer’s perspective.
    As for the peekaboo, total winner…Congrats :)

  • As much as I love the Baguettes, the 3jours and the Peekaboo, the Dotcom doesn’t do it for me. It’s just blah and doesn’t have anything “new” about it or pretty, in my opinion. The Celine Phantom and the Luggage have their “wings”, the Fendi Peekaboo is a bag inside a bag, for example and they are beautiful, classically shaped bags.
    No matter how great the inside is, ultimately people really care about what the outsite looks like. I don’t believe it’ll be hit, but we’ll see :)