Bottega Veneta took another level with its appealing and attractive Spring/Summer 2011 Men’s ready to wear collection in Milan Fashion Week Spring 2011 shows. Ry Cooder’s music made it an appropriate intro for Tomas Maier mens collection, in which he imagined a man on a road trip to rediscover a country. This scenario offered this designer a golden opportunity to develop his signature blend of hyper casual and super formal.
Bottega Veneta told the guys to be alert for monochrome outfits with the presentation of his exclusive collection. Again continuing its exploration of the space in mens wardrobe between formal and casual, this BV Spring 2011 mens collection has easy and non-fussy clothes that are more about ease of movement with fatigue coats, anorak-y shirts, judo style pants.
Bottega Veneta mens collection Spring 2011 was focused and balanced between technical rigor of athletic apparel and refined technique of classically tailored mens wear. With series of monochrome outfits in maroon, olive green, petrol blue especially top, a coat, pants and intrecciato tote, all have the same military shade. Just like Bottega Veneta Resort 2011 Collection, this collection was stylish.
Bottega Veneta Spring 2011 mens collection is full of fluid and boxy menswear with cropped jackets, full and pleated pants. Palette broad & twisted while pattern were subtle rendered in washed hues and small scale.
Jaunty and bold shoes, designed for easy movement and washed leathers were especially prominent. Season bags were functional and unpretentious, made of darkened leather and rustic. Note new expandable styles with zippers that take bag from extra large to regular size. So, one can say that Bottega Veneta again made most of it through his modish and stylish collection.