Detail of the Day — Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta’s F/W 13 collection was all about using elements of “poverty” to create beautiful embellishments. Designer Tomas Maiser used unexpected rustic materials such as lacquered wood and …



Bottega Veneta’s F/W 13 collection was all about using elements of “poverty” to create beautiful embellishments. Designer Tomas Maiser used unexpected rustic materials such as lacquered wood and straw, and treated them to give the impression of crinkly layers of chiffon that formed oversized an abstract motifs. The rich autumnal tones add warmth and dimension to the raw edges and wrinkled textures, heightening the homespun vibe. — Marissa Stuart


Detail of the Day — Bottega Veneta
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