Bottega Veneta’s Fall/Winter 2022 Collection, led by new creative director Matthieu Blazy

Depend on Matthew Blazy take over the creative director Bottega Veneta launched earlierBrand App After the momentum, it officially ushered in the first show in this Milan Fashion Week. As Daniel Lee’s successor, Matthieu Blazy’s pressure is self-evident. At only 35 years old, he has worked for brands such as Raf Simons, Calvin Klein, Maison Margiela Artisanal and Celine, and has a rather gorgeous resume.

This season Matthieu Blazy reinterprets the concept of simplicity as power, starting with a white vest and jeans, focusing on the simple and neat appearance of each item, and it is also the display of his “Quiet Power”. Notable pieces include a loose-cut double-breasted coat, handcrafted Intrecciato boots and heels, oversized bags for everyday use, and a uniquely-shaped Kalimero bag in a single piece of criss-cross fabric paragraphs have received particular attention.

Matthieu Blazy, as the only creative designer of Bottega Veneta, once again proves that the elements of simplicity and practicality can still cause a sensation in the fashion industry, especially with the luxury specifications for details, materials and craftsmanship, the new Bottega Veneta is really Looking forward to it.

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