Trendy Fashion Report MFW: Bottega Veneta RTW Fall 2013
Tomas Maier implemented a charmingly weighty spectacle that solidified his trajectory premise for Bottega Veneta.
His mission with his latest collection echoed the indulgence of the yesteryears, as seen in the primly constructed shoulders of the 40’s and seductively swayed tresses of the 70’s.
There was a lot of attention paid to the enamored contours of the female form with accents of heightened sophistication and artistic precision. Some of the pieces were crafted in accordance with the dictation of richly textured fabrics and boldly riveting seams, which helped to enhance the architectural silhouettes that held the onlookers hostage. The luxurious accessories also proved to be engagingly melodious and propelled the parade splendidly.
The color scheme was a healthy mix of lush warm tones interplayed with brightly festive hues, with the trusted laden black offerings serving as the backdrop. Some of the highlights also included expertly strewn embroidery that encased some of the dresses with a level of blinding vibrancy.
The more glamorous portion of the show did not disappoint as shimmery confetti were strategically etched with sheer brilliance.
It was definitely a collection fit for the globetrotting woman with a suitcase full of treasures.