Bottega Veneta Takes Fashion Week

With Fashion Week drawing to a close, we sum up our top favourite street style looks from the month… and Bottega Veneta take the top spot! Bottega Veneta handbags, designed by Creative Director, Daniel Lee, who was hired by the Italian brand in 2018, were EVERYWHERE. It comes as no surprise, that the former Celine womenswear designer has made a major impact on the fashion house; Lee’s debut runway show from February in Milan received astounding reviews, and we’ve already spotted plenty of his pieces all summer long on our Instagram feeds, including the “Pouch” Clutch and his reimagined take on the brands iconic Intrecciato weave. Is Bottega Veneta the new ‘It’ brand of the season? Continue reading to find out who is wearing their signature bags and how to style them…

In the Frow and Leonie Hanne in Synchronised Bottega

Image by CG Street Style (Claire Guillon)

A match made in heaven. Fashion influencers Leonie Hanne (@leoniehanne) and In the Frow aka Victoria Magrath were spotted on the streets of New York, in synchronised Bottega and crisp matching tailoring. The duo we’re carrying the signature bag of the year, the “pouch” bag, an oversized clutch crafted in delicate folds of smooth buttery soft calf leather that envelop the bags frame and create a voluminous rounded shape. The perfect emblem to reflect on the brands heritage of leather craftmanship with a modern sensibility. Grab your bestie and achieve the twinning look!

Tiffany Hsu Rocks Bottega Veneta at Milan Fashion Week

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This desirable baby blue padded cassette clutch bag was seen styled by influencer Hand in Fire, aka Tiffany Hsu. The sophisticated bag is crafted in the brand’s iconic intrecciato weave, a craftmanship that most certainty speaks for itself. Bottega notably consider their signature techniques as a more subtle and modern way of creating their iconic bags, in comparison to other brands who use logo branding. So, if you were expecting a ‘BV’, think again! After your own piece of Bottega Veneta chic, this Maxi Veneta handbag in classic black is a timeless piece for only £925.00.

Leonie Hanne’s Show Stopper Metallic Clutch

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We just cannot get enough of Leonie Hanne (@leoniehanne)! The German influencer has been seen wearing the brand several times throughout fashion week, but it is this electric blue metallic Nappa clutch pouch that has caught our eye. The metallic accents are the perfect way to brighten up any outfit. Want to get the look? Our customisation and colour change service can do just that, simply fill out one of our forms to receive a free quote.

Janka Polliani’s Colourful Bottega Veneta Look

Image by Liisa Jokinen via The Cut

This colourful look was seen on the streets of New York fashion week, on television host and influencer Janka Polliani (@polliani). This show stopper pouch clutch in red is a new brand icon, crafted in the newly reimagined iconic intrecciato weave, the pouch reflects on Bottega Veneta’s heritage with a modern attitude and we are loving it. Here at Handbag Clinic we sell a selection of intrecciato weave handbags, including this Medium Woven Leather Pouch in sticking purple for just £325.00.

Rosie Huntington-Whitley’s Baby Blue Bottega Veneta Clutch

It is not just fashion week where we have spotted the revitalized brand, Bottega Veneta has been captured on model Rosie Huntington’s beautifully curated Instagram feed (@rosiehw). Rosie has been seen rocking the oversized butter calf pouch clutch in cammello and mist, considered the most sought-after fashion item of 2019 we are not surprised Rosie has accommodated the ‘It’ bag of the moment in serval colours. However, it is Rosie’s latest addition to her collection that we are swooning over! This oversized clutch pouch in maxi intreccio, in gorgeous topazio as seen above is most certainly our dream bag.  

Check out our selection of Bottega Veneta handbag chic, today on our website and in store. See anything you like? Please don’t hesitate to contact us, where we will be happy to help. 

by Jessica George

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