Classicism with a clever twist and colors at Bottega Veneta. Here in a few words, we can summarize the new proposal of Daniel Lee for the Italian fashion house.
His collection, staged in the enormous Palazzo del Ghiaccio skating rink, was characterized by all black and minimalist grit punctuated by the acid flash of rave culture. The result was a mostly neutral collection with bold pops of color, every look feeling like a complete ensemble. Fringe was a key detail while Lee also, finally, made the BV intreccio leather look cool again with his new softer, padded versions for shoes, clutches, totes and for absurdly large weekender plumber bags.