Discretion, quality, and unsurpassed craftsmanship define Bottega Veneta. Creative director Tomas Maier has been the driving force of the brand’s ascent to the very pinnacle of luxury since taking tenure in 2001.
Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio create evocative spaces with an asymmetrical application of extremes: expressive and calm, corroded and couture, cryptic and forthright.
Discretion, quality, and unsurpassed craftsmanship have defined Bottega Veneta since it was founded in Vicenza in 1966. Steeped in the tradition of Italy’s master leather craftsmen and renowned for its leather goods, the company stands for individuality and self-confidence. Make no mistake: Bottega Veneta may be a logoless product, but it has “an identity,” says creative director Tomas Maier, “that is focused on the make, the craftsmanship.”