For his second runway collection for Bottega Veneta, Creative Director Daniel Lee doubled down on leather for spring, utilizing it in ruched coats and asymmetrical jackets. For accessories, which have become instant hit items since Lee took over, a new oversized crossbody hobo bag was among the standout pieces. But the commitment to leather was immediately noticeable in the set itself, with intrecciato weaving taking up the entire floor space, and leather pouch seats replacing standard benches. Here's everything else you need to know about the Spring 2020 co-ed collection.
Men's suits came in sleek, large proportions and minimal rigour. Knee-length shorts and matching blazers are the way to go for spring.
Ribbed knit dresses came in asymmetrical cutouts and sharp necklines in different shapes.
The cult-favorite pouch clutches weren't the only show-stopping accessories this season. Large crossbody hobo bags are sure to be another hit.
Lots of Leather
While leathers aren't traditionally a spring/summer fabric, the material is the heart of the Bottega Veneta brand, and Lee showcased leather in bright, colorful hues for a lighter feel.
For the show's final looks, the brand approached eveningwear with a sultry glam thanks to sequin frocks with loose, seductive necklines.