Bottega Veneta's slick Riviera style. Graphic check and tipped knit.
Lou Stoppard reports on the Bottega Veneta show
Report by Lou Stoppard .
Mathematics and problem-solving underpinned the Bottega Veneta S/S 14 show. Shirts and trousers came in a checked print that resembled graph paper, while tailoring - the focus of the collection - arrived with markings that resembled tailor's chalkings, as if the jackets and shirts were still being constructed and fitted.