Bottega Veneta Luxury Clothing Australia
The allure and popularity of Bottega Veneta Australia can be attributed to the creative direction of the visionary Daniel Lee who previously led the House until 2021. This remarkable design talent incorporated his own fresh perspective, cultivated from his previous position at the House of Celine, into the carefully preserved Italian roots of the fashion house. His replacement, Matthieu Blazy, has worked at Margiela and Celine, and as expected, will ensure that the Bottega Veneta luxury clothing styles will remain as coveted as ever. The new ready to wear collection, accessories and timeless bags include the iconic woven Pouches, mini Jodie bags, padded Cassette bags, Mini twist bags, the small and large Shell bags, the Bulb bags, the Arco bags, Loop bags and Double Knot mini bags.
The brand was founded in 1966 in Vicenza, Italy, Bottega Veneta by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro. The focus was always exceptional craftsmanship in artisanal leather goods. Born from the name 'Venetian Shop', the brand maintains a strong bond to its Italian heritage through the iconic and highly recognisable leather hand weave design ‘intrecciato', globally distinguishing the fashion house’s identity.
Bottega Veneta is famous for its peerless quality and authenticity and only using the most supple leather for its handbags and shoes. The house is renowned for its signature Intrecciato technique, whereby thin strips of leather are masterfully weaved together to create a distinctive look on the Bottega Veneta bags.
The bags and shoes are all handmade in Italy by local artisans who have been plying their trade for decades. The House itself originated in Vicenza, and despite being owned by the French fashion conglomerate Kering, production continues to be focused in the northern regions of Italy, ensuring a seamless continuation of high production standards.
The design, the materials and the construction process collectively makes Bottega Veneta unique, however it is the distinctive Intrecciato, which translates to “braided”, that makes the collection truly original. There have been imitators, but none with the expert techniques. For example, the straps that form the Cassette bag are compressed together rather than stitched, and these methods take time and energy that you cannot rush.
The bags and shoes are all desirable right now including the Mini Loop bag, the Jodie bags and the Bottega pouches in either a smooth leather or crafted from an iconic woven Intrecciato Nappa leather synonymous with the brand. The range of Bottega shoes currently most desirable include the web sandals and the boots.
Parlour X dispatches all online orders every business day of the week. Orders made within Sydney metropolitan suburbs may receive same day delivery. For other states and territories, Australia Post delivers next business day for most metropolitan cities. Parlour X uses DHL or Fedex for overseas deliveries and we generally allow up to one week for delivery.