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Bottega Veneta starred alongside its cast of characters in one of the most outstanding shows of the SS23 season.
Bottega Veneta creative director Matthieu Blazy’s debut for the new Winter 2022 campaign presents multiple points of view.
Bottega Veneta has unveiled one of the first it-bags from its new creative director Matthieu Blazy: the Kalimero.
Bottega Veneta has decided to eliminate its sale system and implement its own resale platform to increase the value of its pieces.
Bottega Veneta has opted for this summer’s footwear: rubber mules. And it has just presented new flip-flop silhouettes.
The hyperphysical store becomes the current temple of fashion for those who wish to live sensory experiences beyond shopping.
For this season, Bottega Veneta has decided to include new straps and update its iconic Cassette ‘Parakeet’ bag.
The Square Dubai’ is a space developed by Bottega Veneta inspired by the tradition of gathering so deeply rooted in Arab countries.
If you like to follow trends, here’s a basic and simple one you won’t be able to resist. Find out which one.
In creative director Matthieu Blazy’s debut collection, one senses a return to a fundamental question about the meaning of the brand.
Bottega Veneta is betting on a new strategy by presenting a new door that takes us into the world of the fashion house.
BUTT is back exactly 10 years after its last issue published in print and 2 years of hiatus including the pandemic.
The Camera di Moda has unveiled the official Milan Fashion Week calendar, and the news is that the in-person shows are back!
Bottega Veneta reimagines and elevates the Rubber Flash mules for women with a chunky and minimalistic version for men.
Bottega Veneta celebrates the reopening and renovation of its Barcelona shop, located at number 98 of the emblematic Paseo de Gràcia.
To celebrate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, Bottega Veneta is temporarily appropriating part of the Great Wall.
2022 is full of news and will be marked by several important events in the fashion world. Find out which ones.
The wave of brands deleting their social media archive makes us question the real meaning behind this strategy.
Bottega Veneta replaces fashion with gastronomy and/or Italian craftsmanship through the solidarity project “Bottega for Bottegas”.
The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, has named Rihanna as a National Hero during her presidential inauguration.
Belgian-born designer Matthieu Blazy has just been appointed creative director of Bottega Veneta by the Kering group.