I don’t say this about too many designers, but I love it when Bottega Veneta gets complicated. Well, maybe complicated isn’t quite the right word. Tomas Maier is too smart for that; with him and his creations, it comes down to complexity. The deceptively complex effects of Bottega’s bags are thanks, in part, to the fact that he really knows how to show restraint.
Count on Bottega Veneta to constantly devise different and exciting ways to inject energy into their quintessential trademarks. This time, a classic Bottega style is renewed with the application of taupe-gray ayers in their signature intrecciato.
Resort is no mere iteration of Fall or a lead-in towards Spring. It’s now a well-established season unto its own…
A Bottega Veneta bag like this isn’t one I have to sell you on or convince you of why it’s a wise investment. When it comes to a bag like this, you already know it will be a purchase that lasts forever, but it’s also one for the set who demands something slightly different.
Here is a perfect example of a bag that illustrates the pillars of Bottega Veneta: impeccable craftsmanship, contemporary functionality, and timeless design topped with quality materials. And like every Bottega piece, it effectively grabs attention without resorting to the vulgarity of in-your-face logos or cheap tricks like tacky dangling fur balls.
Carven’s quirky prints always have me coming back for more, and the latest fanciful piece comes with a serving of oversized kiwis. The magic of the French house is that it can take a look like this that seems as if it would be perfect for tots, and give it a surprising taste of understated sophistication.
The age-old expression, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” has never rang truer than when it comes to the iconic and famed Bottega Veneta weave. The beauty lies in the brand’s unique magic: their signature intrecciato technique is instantly recognizable, no second guessing required, without a logo or nameplate to be found. Who needs it?