Fashion| Bottega Veneta Does A Fashionable Takeover Of The Great Wall Of China

The renown Italian fashion house, Bottega Veneta has a tendency to showcase their brand in epic-form no matter the event. Simple examples of their roll-out routine stem from their takeover of Berlin’s Berghain nightclub for a unique presentation, to the launch of its $2,100 USD roller skates. Long story short, Bottega puts in the best of effort when showcasing their brand.

This tradition continues with their latest collaboration efforts to support the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year by taking over a part of the Great Wall of China. From a far viewers will see the simple message of “Happy New Year” adorned on the Great Wall via a digital screen, displayed in shades of Bottega green and tangerine, a symbol of good luck in Mandarin. This effort is in support of the ongoing renovation and maintenance of the Great Wall of China’s eastern-most stronghold known as the “Shanhai Pass.” Donations will be collected to support this effort and the installation is set to go live this month.

Enjoy More Spectacular Views Of Bottega Veneta’s Chinese Lunar New Year’s Takeover Below!

Fashion| Colorful #StreetStyle Looks From Milan Fashion Week SS22

With the highly anticipated return of in=person showcases, Milan Fashion Week took the Italian city by storm adorning the streets with fragments of fashionable colors and designs.

Spring/Summer 2022 collections were presented at this year’s Milan Fashion Week and the star studded events commenced. Extravaganzas such as Boss‘ afternoon of fashion and baseball at the Kennedy Sport Center to the launch of Gucci Vault.  Additional activities included the most talked-about collaboration which saw Donatella Versace and Silvia Venturini Fendi who swapped roles to merge Fendi x Versace for a FENDACE collaboration. Kim Jones joined Venturini Fendi to design VERSACE BY FENDI and vice versa, FENDI BY VERSACE by Donatella.

The Pre-pandemic ambiance was set on celebration and relaxation as participants strolled the Milan streets in grasping patterns and vibrant colorways. The silhouette choices noticed on the street mimicked that of the hosted designers with a lot more casual appeal attached. Menswear was partial to relaxed tailoring in slouchy, oversized coats. Audacious patterns and prints debuted several times as we spotted tiger prints meshed with Louis Vuitton’s emblematic patterns help set the stage for very diverse looks. Brands such as Bottega Veneta – are spotted several times on both men and women in the form of accessories and apparel. Loafers appeared to be making a comeback to the streets of Milan, a classic ode to Italian leather craftsmanship.

Take A Closer Look At The #StreetStyle From Milan Fashion Week SS22!