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Inspiration: Bottega Veneta + Tomas Maier

October 1, 2011

 

I have for some time been drawn to Bottega Veneta’s aesthetique and was fascinated with creative director Tomas Maier when I first read an interview with him in The New Yorker earlier this year.   Titled Just Have Less, Maier speaks about his change of direction for the brand since 2001, stripping away the unnecessary and creating an inconspicuous, logo-less appeal.  I am particularly fond of the autumn/winter 2011/2012 campaign, rich colours and textures.

I can highly recommend Bottega Veneta’s campaign collection titled The Art of Collaboration which showcases works by Palazzo Papadopoli, Annie Leibovitz and Lord Snowdon to name a few.   This campaign was shot by Palazzo Papadopoli in Venice:

 

 

 

 

Photos from Bottega Veneta

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  1. A Norwegian permalink
    October 27, 2011 11:41 pm

    I ❤ Bottega Veneta. It has such a low key, tactile, timeless appeal. And always the most beautiful colors.

    http://a-norwegian-blog.blogspot.com/

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