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Bottega Veneta presents the Spring 2020 campaign

Bottega Veneta presents the Spring 2020 campaign

The Spring 2020 advertising campaign of Bottega Veneta is a vision of hedonistic aspiration, which has its roots in sensuality and pure luxury. Creative Director Daniel Lee and photographer Tyrone Lebon continue to interpret their vision of an endless summer.

Bottega Veneta presents the Pre Spring 2020 advertising campaign

Bottega Veneta presents the Pre Spring 2020 advertising campaign

The Bottega Veneta Pre Spring 2020 advertising campaign celebrates and subverts the iconography of modern luxury, continuing to define through the images of photographer Tyrone Lebon the new visual identity of Bottega Veneta conceived by the Creative Director of the maison, Daniel Lee. An oversized gold chain runs through a photo studio; the space that has not been touched up creates a tension between raw and sophisticated elements.

Bottega Veneta Special collaboration: "Open Format" by SSENSE

Bottega Veneta  Special collaboration: “Open Format” by SSENSE

Open Format is a site-specific installation of video art inspired by the vision that Creative Director Daniel Lee has for Bottega Veneta. It was created under the creative direction of Phil Chang and commissioned by SSENSE for Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta Spring Summer 2020 collection

Bottega Veneta: the iconic weave in a 2.0 version

The reinterpretation of the iconic leather weaving has created great expectations and expectations: Daniel Lee puts his signature on the Bottega Veneta Men and Women’s Spring Summer 2020 collection and the result is surprising.

Matchesfashion.com and Bottega Veneta

Matchesfashion.com and Bottega Veneta host cocktail party to launch Autumn Winter 2019 exclusive pieces with installation at 5 Carlos Place

Matchesfashion.com and Bottega Veneta hosted a cocktail party at 5 Carlos Place, Mayfair to launch women’s and men’s exclusive pieces from the brand’s AW19 collection, and an installation inspired by classic Italian cinema. The event was hosted by Bottega Veneta Creative Director Daniel Lee and Matchesfashion.com Fashion Buying Director Natalie Kingham.

Evangelie Smyrniotaki, Caroline Issa, Linda Tol carrying the Arco_Paris Fashion Week, June 2019 . photo by Christian Vierig & Timur Emek

Fashion tips: the stars who love Bottega Veneta

Evangelie Smyrniotaki , Pernille Teisbaek and Chloé Harrouche carrying the Bottega Veneta Drop during the Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks: The Drop is an elegant bucket bag that blends a casual style with a renewed sense of refinement. The bag is characterized by unique stylistic elements. The closure is inspired by the tradition of the curved chain rings with an oversize proportion.

Celebrities do not resist the charm of Bottega Veneta

The celebrities do not resist the charm of Bottega Veneta and the elegance of the design of the new Creative Director, Daniel Lee, the young British designer takes the place vacated by Tomas Maier after 17 years. In fact, the beautiful actress and model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has worn The Pouch by Bottega Veneta on several occasions, in the colors: Camel and Mist from the Spring 2019 collection.

Bottega Veneta - Fall Winter 2019/20

Expressive freedom and bold contrasts for Bottega Veneta – Fall Winter 2019/20 Collection

Daniel Lee’s talent, debuting as Creative Director for Bottega Veneta, is tangible on the Milan catwalk. The Bottega Veneta men’s and women’s collection for Fall Winter 2019/20 is an extraordinary mix of audacious contrasts, an ode to freedom, to self-expression, to sensuality.

Anna Ewers, Caroline Issa, Pernille Teisbaek carrying the Bottega Veneta Maxi Cabat

Bottega Veneta, the iconic Maxi Cabat conquers Caroline Issa, Pernille Teisbaek and Anna Ewers

The fashion weeks follow each other at a fast pace and there are many celebrities who animated the front rows to attend the shows.
Among them the gorgeous Caroline Issa, Pernille Teisbaek and Anna Ewers who completed their looks with a cult and glam accessory: the Maxi Cabat by Bottega Veneta.