Bottega Venetta taps Juergen Teller for newest campaign ahead of ‘Art of Collaboration’ book release
By Samantha Aldenton

Bottega Venetta has brought on Juergen Teller for its A/W 15/16 campaign and is the first time the Italian house has worked with the …

Jun 26, 2015
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Bottega Venetta has brought on Juergen Teller for its A/W 15/16 campaign and is the first time the Italian house has worked with the photographer as part of designer Tomas Maior’s emphasis on artistic collaborations.

The images and film were shot at the Museo Casa Mollino, former home to one of Italy’s most influential 20th-century designers, Carlo Mollino located in Turin, Italy.

Freddy Drabble and Anna Cleveland, daughter to former model Pat Cleveland whom in the 1970s was a muse to designers Yves Saint Laurent and Halston, modeled the collection.

The revolving door of photographers the brand has worked with over the years includes a who’s who of the world’s most successful lensmen and women including Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindberg, Ryan McGinley, David Sims, David Armstrong, Steven Meisel, Stephen Shore and Lord Snowdon.

These photographer’s campaigns in addition to the current Teller images will be featured in a book “Bottega Veneta: Art of Collaboration” published by Rizzoli later this year.


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