Daniel Lee’s First Bottega Veneta Campaign Is The Stuff Of Dreams


Bottega Veneta’s SS19 campaign, the first under Daniel Lee (whose work you may have unknowingly loved at Céline), looks to the luxury of time — only to produce something quite timeless. A palate cleanser, they call it aptly.

A gentle sun hovers over an unfussy concrete set, which gently suggests a holiday. And the clothing does the same: tan leather bags next to a sun-kissed bare body, crisp suiting and soft white cotton singlets, and leather trenches lit by night and day. All intimately captured by Tyrone LeBon.


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