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Uncompromising Contrasts: Daniel Lee Expands Bottega Veneta’s DNA for SS20

By Eliza Jordan

September 25, 2019

In a historic Milanese building, Bottega Veneta debuted its Spring/Summer 2020 collection. “Spring 2020 evolves the codes we are building at Bottega Veneta,” said Creative Director, Daniel Lee. “Our focus is on process and clarity; immediate and direct.”

An evolution of those codes were first seen presented on a clean, reflective runway, under a clear domed roof. Guests lined the catwalk, sitting on long rectangular poufs—some creme, some orange. As the clothes passed by, we saw the “new Bottega” erupt.

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New takes on the house’s classic woven details were seen in pointed open-toe shoe models and cross-body bags. Futuristic features popped in new sunglasses, pebble-like clutches, and purses with chain-link straps. With a renewed sense of structure and proportion, uncompromising contrasts are here for the individual to choose from.

“Bottega Veneta is about the individual, it’s for you.” said Lee.

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