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Bottega Veneta, the epitome of Italian luxury, traces its inception back to 1966 when it was founded in Vicenza, Italy, by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro. Initially celebrated for its artisanal leather goods, the brand garnered attention for its signature Intrecciato weaving technique, an intricate method that has become synonymous with Bottega Veneta. Throughout the following decades, the brand maintained a discreet, logo-free aesthetic, allowing the unparalleled quality of its products to speak for itself.


​In 2001, the renowned luxury conglomerate Kering acquired Bottega Veneta, propelling the brand into a new era of global recognition. Under the creative direction of Tomas Maier, the brand expanded its offerings beyond leather goods, introducing ready-to-wear collections that mirrored the same dedication to timeless elegance. Maier's tenure emphasized understated luxury, establishing Bottega Veneta as a coveted name.​


Bottega Veneta's was transformed under the creative direction of Daniel Lee. Lee's modern and daring vision catapulted the brand into the fashion stratosphere, with his innovative designs and reinterpretation of iconic styles capturing the attention and imagination of the fashion world. Now under the creative helm of Matthieu Blazy, formerly of Céline and Calvin Klein, Bottega Veneta continues to redefine luxury, blending heritage with contemporary aesthetics, making it a truly global iconic brand in todays fashion landscape.

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