Half a century is obviously enough to master all the secrets and keys to create outstanding and magnificent looks to amaze even the most elegant and critical ladies. At least it looks so in the wonderfully stunning Bottega Veneta spring/summer 2014 collection presented at Milan Fashion Week. As the press notes announce the Italian fashion house can proudly state that their own initials are enough.
The new looks from creative director Tomas Maier are incredibly noble, classy and special. The combination of most elegant colors makes the looks aristocratic and extravagant. Black, white, khaki and indigo create an atmosphere of courtesy, and drag the attention of the elite class to the fanciest dresses of the season.
The neat shapes and nice ruffles make you go and get the apparels to make the most important events in your life even more significant and unforgettable. This time the creative fashioner didn’t use much leather, as the looks are fancy and luxurious even in simple cotton materials.
The first look of the Bottega Veneta spring/summer 2014 runway show is a chic loose black skirt that comes matched with a crisp grey classy shirt. The baggy view of the model gives her a relaxed, self-confident and motivated look: just perfect to run an important business sector. The next outfit is just the opposite of the first one; a simple crisp white dress with a tiny black belt that completes the look giving it an adorable and high-class look.
The khaki one-shoulder dress with a nice belt and a lovely bag gives you a powerful and enticing look. It also has gorgeous ruffles on the bottom that make you the new queen of the capricious waves and the vigorous ocean.
You can also find some cozy outfits in the Bottega Veneta spring/summer 2014 collection. The loose shorts with an airy khaki shirt are a perfect apparel to get lost in huge cities and explore the life there.
A black long simple cotton dress marks the end of the extravagant Bottega Veneta runway show, and makes the audience rush out to get the new gorgeous pieces at once.
Photos courtesy of Vogue