Founded in Vicenza, Italy in 1966, Bottega Veneta initially specialized in artisanal leather goods before emerging as an iconic luxury fashion house. Known for its signature intrecciato weave, a braiding technique conceived by founders Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro, the brand continues to honor its heritage with handwoven bags, wallets, footwear, and jewelry. Since its acquisition by the Gucci Group in 2001, Bottega Veneta has been revitalized by current creative director Tomas Maier, who launched Bottega Veneta's first women’s ready-to-wear collection. Structured leather jackets, skirts, and tailored trousers highlight the brand’s subtle sophistication while silk blouses, cozy knits, and trench coats exude femininity with refined embellishments and colorful prints. Relaxed carryalls like the Cabat and the Veneta are remodeled in a fluid leather, while clutches and minaudières like the Knot, offered in padded satin, sterling silver, or crocodile skin, epitomize timeless luxury. Faithful to their motto, ‘when your initials are enough’, Bottega Veneta’s logo-free design showcases a commitment to its minimalist tradition coupled with the designer’s contemporary vision.