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“When your own initials are enough”

Already in 1966, Bottega Veneta was founded by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro in Venice. Already at the beginning, the company focused its focus on the handmade production of high-quality leather goods. Special feature is still the "IntrecCiato" mentioned leather coaching technique. From the beginning it was produced with high quality standards and without the use of conspicuous labels. The clientele knew this to appreciate and soon came a faithful fan base. No less than the Pop Artist artist Andy Warhol once even turned a small movie for Bottega Veneta. When Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro returned the company to the company at the end of the 1970s, the sales report. In 2000, the English designer Giles Deacon took over the creative direction about Bottega Veneta to give an old splendor. Only a year later, Deacon was replaced by Thomas Maier and the company was adopted by the Gucci group. Maier had previously been chief designer at Hermès for 9 years. Again a year later, the first ready-to-wear collection came to the market under his direction and turned out to be successful for the company. The expertise of Thomas Maier paid out and his feeling for proportions and materials also fastered the sales figures in the height. 2018 Thomas Maier Bottega Veneta and Daniel Lee left the new Creative Director.

Yes, the name of the company means "Venetian workshop" translated from the Italian. The first production facility of this form was founded in 1966 by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro in the city of Vicenza, Veneto in the Italian region. The label quickly became the first choice for celebrities and members of the jet set, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is probably one of the largest fans from that time. In 1980 the Pop Art Artist Andy Warhol even made a short film about the company. Today the company is creatively responsible for the Frenchman Matthieu Blazy.

One of the best known and most popular bags in the label are undoubtedly the models of the Intrecciato collection. With their special design, the braided leather bags have an absolute unique selling point and are characterized by an unexcited style that does not require the label without greater mentioning. The bags of the house love the simple appearance and are the perfect choice for everyone who appreciates understatement.

Another bestseller of the house is the padded cassette, which grabs the braided technique of the house in a coarser version. The pockets of the series are offered in a variety of colors. Improvements from the accessory departments of the large fashion houses offer neither the high quality nor the variety of colors of real Bottega Veneta bags. Furthermore, the house offers a variety of other pocket models, including variants of their "The Pouch", which also has a reduced shape and is managed as a sack with a cord suit.

Intrecciato means "braided" from Italian. The pockets of this collection consist of at least a good part of leather made in this form. Some bags carry the technology across the whole Bag Distributed and owned in return. The technique used is one of the flagship of the house and became a more important distinguishing feature as the naming of the brand itself early on.

Most counterfeits are of less quality overall. Both the materials used and the processing quality are beyond any doubt with originals. Many pockets from the Intrecciato collection have zip slips from the Swiss company "Riri", the naming of which happens on the underside of these zippers. In addition, Bottega Veneta bags in the interior have an individual code on a sign that is often left out of counterfeits or completely. It is best in case of doubt Bag to compare questionable origin with a secure original or to have an expert assessed.

Yes, Bottega Veneta bags have their own individual code. Mostly in the interior of one of the inner compartments, Bottega Veneta pockets have a non -drained, white fabric label in one of the seams, which, in addition to the name, also wears a printed, mostly two -line code on the front and a single code on the back. The different positions of the entire code provide information about the respective model number of a Bag, the exact type of leather, the color of the leather, the year of manufacture, the number of the production hinge and an individual serial number. Older pockets also like to have a sign with a single -line code that only calls the latter, long serial number.