Presenting the different types of interiors for the Fendi Peekaboo Bags. The Fendi Peekaboo bag was launched in Spring/Summer 2009 Collection. It was named after the childhood hide and seek game, as the bags’ front opening reveals its interior. The Peekaboo bags comes in different styles as well as the interiors. The most common interior for the Peekaboo are the Calfskin, Nappa and Zucca Jacquard.
The Bag Bug Peekaboo was part of Fendi’s Resort 2014 Collection. The interior is made of python, the monster’s eyes are made of crocodile leather.
The Zucca print is Fendi’s iconic monogram pattern. It is made of jacquard lining, but was also made available in beaded though this style is no longer available.
The Pequin print is also one of Fendi’s signature striped pattern. A tobacco and brown striped lining made of jacquard.
The animal interior print is usually also designed in combinations with a textured material such as calf hair/pony hair.
The interior is lined with real Python/Snakeskin and has a scaled texture. Dyed in a number of different shades or is available in the natural state.
Fendi’s signature prized mineral-tanned Dutch calfskin, it is a soft leather interior for the Selleria Peekaboo bag.
The Peekaboo bags which were embellished with sequins on its interiors provides a gorgeous pattern like zebra and multicolor stripes.
Calfskin and Nappa Leather
This is the classic calfskin or baby calf / nappa interior leather.
Past Seasons’ Styles
These are from some of the old season’s collection which could be sold out or hard to find now. The checkered interior was from Fendi’s Resort 2013 Collection, while the Laser Cut was from Fall/Winter 2010 Collection.