We look at three big name luxury fashion brands whose accessories are creatively on-point and score high on craftsmanship.
As fashion and furniture continue to merge their ideals of beauty and form, homes can now dress to express their individual personalities.
We take a look a what makes Bottega Veneta’s Spring/Summer 2017 show so special.
Italian luxury goods firm Bottega Veneta applies its famous Intrecciato weave to its eyewear range this season for both men and women.
Tomas Maier extends his fashion know-how to furniture, creating yet another opulent yet functional series for the home.
Tomas Maier redefines the tradition suit with new materials and silhouettes.
These new collection of fragrances aims to capture the pure sensation of the Palladio gardens in Italy.
With its first in Italy, now three years old, the brand has a famous postal code for the second Maison.
Its iconic design makes this leather bag a must-have in your wardrobe and a versatile piece for any occasion.
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
Milan’s fashion pack is starting to take furniture more seriously.
The luxury interiors department of the famous fashion brand showcases exquisite embroidery at the Milan Furniture Fair
The Italian label is paying tribute to Venetian glassmakers with the introduction of its 2015 Deluxe Fragrance collection.
Bottega Veneta has teamed up with German photographer Juergen Teller for its fall-winter 2015 campaign.
Luxury fashion house Bottega Veneta has opened its first store in Milan dedicated uniquely to interiors.
Bottega Veneta has opened a new chapter in its olfactory history with the launch of Pour Homme Extrême.
Bottega Veneta has collaborated with legendary Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki for its Spring/Summer 2015 images.
Bottega Veneta has unveiled their first slip-ons for women, available in a choice of solid black or crisp white nappa leather.
Bottega Veneta Knot is inspired by the fresh air of the Italian coast, the scent of flowers and clean laundry whose scent comes through the open windows.
The Italian luxury brand celebrates its famous “Knot” design with a pop-up exhibition fêted at Bottega Veneta‘s two-level Saint Tropez store.