Bottega Veneta Resort 2020
I don’t think anyone missed Bottega Veneta’s Resort 2020 collection, as the photos have been flooding in the internet and social media since the collection went viral. And it was good, great actually. Daniel Lee is a very talented designer.
However, past week the noise around the brand has been so loud that it started to develop a negative reaction in me and it reminds again how fast the industry is working. Or it could be just the fact that every single algorithm connects me to Bottega Veneta and that’s everything I see or hear. However it is, I don’t blame them because obviously they are striking, while the iron is hot (meaning cashing out with filling the void of Phoebe Philo). But I just wish we could move away from chasing the hype, just slow down and let things grow naturally. At long term the brands who do, they win, as they have the most loyal clients.
Bottega Veneta AW2019 / voguerunway.com
During Milan fashion week, Bottega Veneta had their runway debut under Daniel Lee and it was probably the most anticipated collection of the season. The fashion house had already started some strong rebranding buy launching their new IT bag and revealing the new minimal approach with the SS19 campaign.
When it comes to the AW2019 collection, it was definitely something innovative and interesting. I love how Lee works with leather and uses the brand’s heritage and signatures, but still showing something completely new.
Bottega Veneta SS2019 shot by Tyrone Lebon
Umm let me just first mention that python print chair! Also my obsession to white tank tops continue, thanks to Daniel Lee. The Bottega girl will be the coolest in town.
Céline AW2018 / voguerunway.com
Loewe AW2018 / voguerunway.com
Bottega Veneta AW2018 / voguerunway.com
Ellery coat, PFW street style / unknown
Trendspotting furry and fluffy cuffs and collars for the next autumn. Looks so tacky and same time so good. Jonathan Anderson’s versions for Loewe are dreamy.