Must-have of the season: “Doll Tote” by Bottega Veneta

Colourful and eye-catching cut: with the tote bag, the Italian fashion company Bottega Veneta has created a format with potential for friends of extravagance.
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Among its more prominent sisters we find, for instance, the “Padded Cassette” with its typical wide, double-sided stripes. The bestseller from the house of Bottega Veneta has been the object of intense covetousness among the global fashion community over the past few years. While the “Intrecciato” leather braiding pattern is still associated with Bottega Veneta as a trademark, leather items without the use of this traditional technique have recently been introduced.

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Function meets form - and endless possibilities: This is the principle behind the novelty for the collection “Salon 01”, the summer collection 2021, which includes the “Doll Tote”. Daniel Lee, the British creative head who stands at the helm of the luxurious fashion house, reveals his clear signature. The play with fashionable ele gance and minimalism, garnished with an esprit from the 60s, 70s and 8o‘s, runs like a red thread through his designs, without shaking the foundations of the traditional house. Under his leadership, leather pro ducts, the company‘s core business, have become even more recognisable, even though the use of a brand logo remains consistently absent.

The geometric details: eight leather parts are joined together using a cut-out technique to create a voluminous, three-dimensional shape. Invisible magnets and rivets provide stability. Thanks to its size and three adjustable interior compartments, it is spacious enough to store everything you need. Carefully crafted edges hidden in the sides reinforce the bag‘s firmly modern statement, declares the luxury label.

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The “Doll Tote” by Bottega Veneta is available in croc-print and luminous patent leather in three shades. Photo: Bottega Veneta

This article has been published in the Summer 2021 issue of L'OFFICIEL Austria.



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