Bottega Veneta Spring Summer Collection 2014 in Milan
Labeled for its freshness and its techniques, this collection dreamt up by tomas maier keeps all its promises. using a binary palette composed of dark and clear colours, fabrics become the common thread of the show. here, each print is but a play of materials and sizes across the folds and original effects which are simultaneously feminine and modern. silk organza, silk satin, cotton poplin, compact crepe, cotton jersey plissé, nappa and mohair are the stand-out fabrics for the season. let’s not forget the exclusive material made from cotton thread and copper, soft to the touch and its extraordinary appearance. alongside this there are embroidered designs and rock crystal gems inspired by monocles. this resolutely architectural collection is emphasised by top-handled bags in lizard.
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