Bottega Veneta’s newly released Winter 23 campaign is one that remains true to the beating heart of the luxury Italian House; spotlighting subtlety, movement and everyday relatability across stills by photographers Malick Bodian, Louise and Maria Thornfeldt, Sander Muylaert, and an accompanying fashion film shot by Massimiliano Bomba.
Guided by the artistic direction of designer Matthieu Blazy, the campaign blurs the lines between fashion and architectural significance. The visuals celebrate Italy’s architectural wonders – stunning, subtle and often unnoticed spaces. These architectural marvels are transformed into backdrops, with portrayals of characters in motion showcasing the Winter 23 collection of unique knits, expertly cut leather garments and signature woven bags. The pieces that are highlighted throughout also include seamlessly perfectly tailored trouser silhouettes and killer boots.
The collection and campaign make for a vibrant collaborative endeavour that speaks to the heritage of Bottega Veneta; celebrating the design history of the House’s Italian home by capturing the beauty of its everyday spaces.
Watch the House’s fashion film in full here:
Photos by Bottega Veneta.