Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2015–Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier went after the athletic man for spring/summer 2015. Treating fabrics with innovative smocking, washing, stitching and fading techniques, Maier gave his latest collection the familiarity of worn-in favorites. Exuding an ease and grace, relaxed silhouettes were paired with luxe materials, showcasing unlined separates. One of the more casual Bottega Veneta outings to date, the lineup included cropped trousers, baggy shorts, draped dress shirts as well as a high-end take on joggers.
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