"Sweats have seen us through the past year, but many fashion-lovers are now looking to set aside the sweatpants and rediscover the joy of dressing up."
Featuring unconventional cutouts, cotton candy pastels and comfy cotton dresses.
She spent almost a decade at Bottega Veneta before co-founding Studio 189 with Rosario Dawson.
Still thinking about last year's Grammys.
Plus, Bottega Veneta receives backlash for Berlin event.
Plus, Bottega Veneta debuts quarterly digital journal.
Call it a continuation of the New Bottega Effect, or simply the latest iteration of all-comfy-everything.
Proof that investment pieces don't have to be boring.
Truly, one of a kind.
Plus, on the relationship between fashion brands and big tech.
There are three "books" and a record, which tell the story of how the line was made.
Rebag founder and CEO Charles Gorra shares the best styles to invest in right now.
For the third consecutive quarter on the Lyst Index.
Also, Altuzarra collaborates with Etsy on home collection.
"These interactive digital events can ultimately shift the way we connect with each other, conduct business and sell to consumers in a more personalized way in a post-Corona world."
The absolute best from New York, London, Milan and Paris.
Featuring chic pouches for your water bottle, box clutches and even more tiny bags.
Including micro crossbodies at Fendi, extra-large totes at Jil Sander and sure-to-be-winning clutches from Bottega Veneta.
Including Chiara Ferragni, Tessa Thompson and more.
From another masterful showing from Daniel Lee at Bottega Veneta to unexpected collaborations from Emilio Pucci and MSMG.