Fabi accessories daringly attract consumers

Fabi, an Italian fashion brand, specializes in producing shoes and accessories for both men and women. Its motto focuses on quality and priors to practical purposes. Therefore, Fabi has achieved a lot of success when its designs are launched into the market. It is elegant designs for men and detailed feminine ones for women that are highlights in Fabi style. In addition to the female sandals for summer, the company also unveiled flat shoes, high-neck boots and high heels to fit many circumstances. Although men shoes do not have many styles, they still make the differences with unique styles. In color, the designs of Fabi are not colorful but mainly emphasize on elegant colors such as brown, beige, gray and so on.


Fabi accessories which are released in summer 2010 are welcome by many young customers around the world. Let’s have a look at Fabi collection 2010.

 Founded in 1965, Fabi has always considered as a quality style for its Italian leather shoes, bags and accessories.

It can be said that Fabi style of leather accessories is very innovative.

The feminine style is the best source of inspiration for its Italian woman boots and leather bags.

Colors of Fabi designs are easy to combine with clothes and other accessories.

For the materials, Fabi emphasis is on smooth leathers.

Despite how Fabi shoes or accessories are designed, you will feel comfortable and convenient when wearing them.

Fabi also unveiled flat shoes, high-neck boots and high heels to appropriate in many circumstances.


The style is basic; the lines are clean and sharp for Fabi’s leather women’s shoes and bags.

Every Fabi shoe is defined by dynamic, passionate style and respect for the tradition of Italian shoes.

Today Fabi represents in the boutiques with collections of female footwear, perfume and jewels.


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