By Brooke Kamenoff
Even with Milan Fashion Week over, people are still talking about the collections – especially stand out shows like Bottega Veneta. Creative Director, Tomas Meir, definitely shook things up by focusing on lady-like and vintage feels. While these sound like basics for any other collection, Meir took it a bit extreme by featuring solely skirts and dresses in the 33 looks. Though the silhouettes and fabrics may have referenced the ’40s and ’50s, each look seemed to have a surprise element to bring it back to the present.
Check out the photos below and then head over to Style.com to see more of the collection! Don’t forget to leave your comments below!