Dulce de Leche

Milan…Bottega Veneta

“A seemingly unmediated conversation between the body and the materials that cover it.” said the show notes. With that in mind, Tomas Maier began the show with head-to-toe leather separates, followed by a variety of tailored looks and pretty dresses in soft and feminine materials like silk, cotton and chiffon. It was all executed in a mouth-watering color palette of chocolate and caramel tones.


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