Presenting a collection that is “more about contrast than anything else”, Bottega Veneta reimagined the play between balance and proportion in his menswear offering for spring / summer 2014, under the rigorous eye of creative director Tomas Maier. With a new silhouette based on refined techniques of tailoring and shirting set at the core of the collection, the resulting garments embraced the form of precision.
The catwalk of Milan fashion week (MFW) witnessed a disunion between narrow pants and full tops accented by prominently sloped shoulders and generous sleeves. A refined color palette of neutrals, alongside deep aubergine, admiral blue, and military green worked together in further highlighting the idea of contrast. The lightweight materials and the distinct patterns including checks, broken checks, and windowpane checks complemented the masculine take on summer, with The Brera bag adding extra points of style.
You can see all of the Bottega Veneta spring / summer 2014 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree