It’s the era of Bottega Veneta and creative director Daniel Lee is bringing all the power. “Bottega Veneta clothes are worn in context, mixed with real characters and live in the moment,” Lee says. “They are elevated and everyday and that’s what makes them powerful.” Hell yeah. The new campaign for women’s and men’s Pre-Spring 2020 features model Jean Campbell and designer Andre Walker working that BV, inspired by Italian neo-realist cinema. Realism versus finesse. Bottega Veneta note film director Federico Fellini who once said: “Neorealism is not about what you show, but how you show it. It’s simply a way of looking at the world without preconceptions or prejudices.” This is the motto. That Bottega Veneta lifestyle feels so good right now.
by Roxy Lola