Bottega Veneta Introduces New Service Program For Clients


There are some handbag brands that achieve global adulation for their instantly recognisable designs – think: the Hermes Birkin and Chanel 2.55 – and there are those prized for their refined, under-the-radar appeal. Enter Bottega Veneta, which has been carving out its niche since the 1960s with a non-branded ethos and a focus on impeccable craftsmanship.

The Italian house’s renowned intrecciato weave technique is an example of its artisanal mastery and the result of days of laborious work by artisans, who carefully lay leather strips together to create a beautiful, textured finish without any stitching. It is this woven effect that’s at the heart of every Bottega Veneta bag and it’s what makes them so durable that you can wear yours for years to come.

Under Daniel Lee’s helm, the brand has continued its legacy and honed in on a refined, classic ethos – even when that means bringing back cult-favorite silhouettes or reinterpreting timeless pieces with an elevated touch. The collection is a lesson in minimalism and timeless elegance, with bags that don’t need a lot of embellishments or hardware to shine.

The label is also putting its emphasis on expert craftsmanship this month by introducing a new service program for clients. WWD reports that CEO Bartolomeo Rongone shared this news with attendees of the Apparel and Retail CEO Summit, explaining that BV will offer complimentary refreshes and repairs on all bags from now on through a program called the Certificate of Craft. In addition to this, the company will also provide courtesy loaner bags for customers who’ve had their bags repaired and want to keep using them until they are ready for a new one. bottega veneta bag

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