Bottega Veneta

It all started as a small workshop in leather goods for big brands in 1966 in Vincenza but during the seventies, founders Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro launched its typical “Intrecciato” weaving technique and it was an instant hit. Bottega Veneta was taken over by Gucci in 2001 and from that moment on, they gained international fame with its most popular models : the ‘Cabat’, the ‘Knot’ and the ‘Pouch’. No mass production but limited editions in the finest materials.

Bottega Veneta

It all started as a small workshop in leather goods for big brands in 1966 in Vincenza but during the seventies, founders Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro launched its typical “Intrecciato” weaving technique and it was an instant hit. Bottega Veneta was taken over by Gucci in 2001 and from that moment on, they gained international fame with its most popular models : the ‘Cabat’, the ‘Knot’ and the ‘Pouch’. No mass production but limited editions in the finest materials.

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