Bottega Veneta Resort 2014 Campaign

Some styles and drives are to live forever! Among them, probably the most anticipated ones are the elegance, and femininity, which seem to be the primary concentration of almost all the popular fashion collections, no matter how diverse and multilayered their ideology and principles might be. Bottega Veneta never has and probably never will be an exception. What we see in the awe-inspiring Bottega Veneta resort 2014 campaign is the most evident proof for this. This time the face of the line is super pretty Laura Love, who replaces Raquel Zimmermann, observed as the face of the fall campaign. Laura poses for the lenses of proficient David Armstrong, who managed to make very correctly put and exact reflections of what the brand meant to create for its cruise collection.

Bottega Veneta Resort 2014 Campaign
The creative director of the fashion house, Tomas Maier talking about this season’s motives mentioned: “The clothes in this collection have an informal sensibility that is intrinsic to Cruise, and yet as with all our collections, there is a rigorous craftsmanship beneath everything”.
Thus, there is an interesting drive noticeable among these images, pictured as a curious comeback of the retro-vintage touches, still having contemporary looks and nicely drawn interpretations. The color combinations are just as harmonious and balanced as the shapes. They are represented via nice black-red-and-white combinations, put within stripy patterns, and interesting design outlines. The shapes include such variants as tea length cute Tee dress, created with big proportions of embroidery on, some minimalistic neckline designs, and interesting pleated motives. The final navy blue shade is another never-to-be-forgotten looks of the Bottega Veneta resort 2014 collection.

Bottega Veneta Resort 2014 Campaign
Not leaving out the matching handbags, we can also mention them as being great accompaniments to the stripes, solo shades, and chic shapes. So there is nothing much to add after these wonderful interpretations by Bottega Veneta, which seem to have a mission of staunchly preserving the timeless chic influence for the current fashion trends.

Photos courtesy of Bottega Veneta

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