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Bottega Veneta Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

I don’t think it is possible to make a menswear line more craved than what Bottega Veneta delivered this season. With subtlety and attention to details, the iconic Italian fashion house captured the essence of elegance of a man’s wardrobe with a dose of originality and beauty which makes it one of the favorite collection of the season.
The show opens with Clement Chabernaud and business looks : suits, ties and braided leather shoes are all parts of the Bottega Venetta man’s uniform. Grey, black, beige : it’s all about simplicity and demureness for the Spring/Summer collection. Clothes are purposely made to look unfinished with marks similar to those found of sewing patterns.
The brand explores the possibilities offered by neoprene as we witness several jackets made of the fabric. A touch of sportswear has been infused to the collection, hence the bomber jackets found throughout the collection. Patterns come in varied forms (tartan, scribbling, checkered…) and the color palette diversifies itself as the show goes on. Sweaters and turtlenecks are also included in this spring/summer collection.
The classicism of the Bottega Veneta show was supported by a casting including : Clément Chabernaud, Ian Sharp, Charlie France, Arthur Gosse, Alex Dunstan, Janis Ancens, Nemanja Maksic, Alex Cunha, Matthew Bell, Victor Nylander, Jakob Hybholt, Robert Laby, Anthon Wellsjo, Luuk Van Os, Adrien Sahores, Nicolas Ripoll, Tarik Lakehal, Matt Woodhouse, Jarrod Scott.
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Mary Yasmine Arrouche

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