This Holiday, Bottega Veneta Is Putting Pasta in Its Store Windows
With the holidays approaching, the time for last-minute gift hunting is upon us—and who better to turn to than Bottega Veneta? This year, the Italian fashion house has embraced the holiday spirit with Bottega for Bottegas. The initiative, which spotlights the work of more than 10 of Bottega Veneta’s most beloved Italian artisans, presents the wares of chocolatiers, ceramicists and soap-makers alike on the Bottega Veneta website and in its store windows and advertising spaces across the world.
For the brand, which has developed decades-deep relationships with local factories and leather workers since its establishment in Vicenza in 1966, celebrating the work of regional craftsmen is a point of honor: “We are proud to offer worldwide visibility to these ‘Bottegas’ that are deeply rooted in Italian culture,” says Bartolomeo Rongone, Bottega Veneta’s CEO, “Especially at a time where smaller entities continue to be impacted by the pandemic.” Below, take a look at the House’s new short video introducing the Bottega for Bottegas initiative, and peruse some of the finest Italian wares on the Bottega Veneta website.