By Karishma Roye posted Aug 5th 2014 at 1:55PM
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The unmistakable ingenuity of the Bottega Veneta campaign lies in the fuss-free plain backdrops that let the Fall-Winter 2014 collection do all the talking.
Conceptualised by photographer David Sims, there is a distinct modernism in visuals where models seem to transcend pleated veils of scarlet and neon backdrops courtesy the clever flat studio lighting.
In focus remain some very structured and crisp silhouettes for the women that are reminiscent of the uptown modish lady, representing nuances of the strong-willed, the subtle, and the very elegant.
While the palette of pale and muted colours is a departure from the bolder shades we are used to spotting in Fall-Winter collections, we quite like that the pop is provided though the graphic accessories - in this case bags that revel in black, burnt red, chartreuse and patchwork, and fierce shoes that take cue from a raging fire.
The Bottega Veneta Man witnesses a more laidback, comfort treatment, what with the Fall-Winter collection doing a more formal spin on activewear.
Think woolens and knits finished with calf suede and lambskin for that exotic touch, and of course the intriguing sightings of tapered leg pants and ribbed cuffs too.
‘Nuff said! Time to let the campaign work its charm:
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