Runway Review: Bottega Veneta Spring 2015

It was simple elegance at its most effective at Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2015 collection in Milan. A familiar, yet subtle sense of luxury emerged from the classics: knits over flared thirties midis, blush charmeuse pantsuits, boxy wool sweaters with boyish trouser shorts, sculptural tops, and a lineup of monochromatic sand-coloured separates – all versatile, soothing, and oddly wearable.

Of course, there were dresses in textiles that glisten, decorated with worthy embellishments, but even these had a certain underscored, relaxed impression.  Perhaps the most powerful piece in the collection was a double-breasted, invisible waistline suit jacket, paired with well-cut drop-waist boyish trousers – engineered to appear very minimalistic, yet streamlined to perfection

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