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The Bottega Veneta cruise 2019 collection: the translation of our needs

by Emanuela Cinti
The Italian company Bottega Veneta presents the cruise 2019 collection, a minimal line that softens in tones thanks to a sober and captivating palette.

Tomas Maier creates a collection that embodies the aesthetic code of the label, but this time he has managed to devise a surprising solution: create three mini-collections that are divided into different periods of the year: “The first comes out in November, the second in December and the last one in January. Each focuses on what our customers might want or need when bosses come to the store, “explains Maier.  The women’s collection starts from where Tomas Maier had left us, that is from the Fall Winter 2018. Colors such as Deep Orange, Marigold Yellow and Baccara Rose highlight the volumes and proportions, slowly leaving space in colder colors, pastel and délavé, which start the second group of the collection, the one dedicated to the darkest period of the year. Maier’s goal is to offer what the woman wants at that precise moment and, observing the entire collection, we can say that Maier really entered the mind of us women, managing to translate our needs.The Bottega Veneta cruise 2019 collection: the translation of our needs“Everything is printed or in fantasy”, says Maier. “But nothing coordinated” are the words he uses to tell us about the third and final chapter of these mini-collections. The collection includes mini-accessories with geometric shapes, which act as decorative motifs for bags, belts or shoulder bags. The men’s cruise 2019 collection follows the same subdivision of the women’s collection.

Starting from Fall Winter 2018, Maier proposes jeans with a colorful lapel, luxurious mélange sweaters, patinated shearling and a double wool duffel coat. The next group is instead renewed with winter whites and desert colors punctuated by flashes of Bubblegum Pink and Mint Green. Soft sweatshirts and t-shirts worn with jackets and cotton trousers, but above all the outerwear is definitely a fundamental element of the collection, detachable in shearling and the interior in ecological fur Steiff, can also be worn alone, ideal for multiple climates.A colored boot with rubber sole and San Crispino workmanship in the checker version completes the look. Prince of Wales, paintings, Scots and polka dot create fantasies for spring.”I want to offer our customers something they have not seen yet,” says Tomas Maier. And we can answer with certainty that it has definitely achieved its goal.

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