Fashion Fetish initially was created to test the readability limits of a very light font on screen, but eventually this became a full font, with accents, symbols and special characters.
Inspired by classic fashion fonts, my intention was to follow the capital O and create very generous white space for all the letters, especially on more complex characters like the A, K, P, R, S, W and such – some sort of freedom for all, if you wish. The Heavy version is logically the other extreme to test this space at a minimum.
Note: Maybe the Light version is not for small sizes in digital materials since the pixels have trouble sharing very thin lines, but otherwise it looks fine.
Fashion Fetish has language support for .
Fashion-Fetish.zip (1.29 MB)