Bottega Veneta showcases an exclusive selection of women’s Spring 2020 accessories for Harrods. Much-desired pieces from the Italian luxury house like the Cult Pouch, Padded Cassette and the ultra-Instagrammable Mini BV Jodie and the Mini Arco are featured in a pop-up store that opens in February and is open for three weeks. The instantly recognisable bags crafted in soft leather will be available in the brand's signature hues of 'racing green' and 'ice'. From 1-15 March 2020 the Harrods pop up will incorporate menswear too, presenting two men’s product previews of body pouches and slippers.
Daniel Lee's time at the helm of luxury Italian house Bottega Veneta is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, one of the industry's biggest success stories of the past few years. British Vogue even called him 'The Quiet Radical', as he is turning the tables in the fashion game but without attention-seeking gimmicks. Fashion aficionados bow down to his camel coats, elongated silhouettes, naked heels and cloud-like bags that redefine the meaning of structure: strong yet apparently effortless.
'I am delighted that Bottega Veneta’s Spring 2020 collection will launch worldwide for the first time in Harrods’ exhibition windows this February, in a time where the brand, under the creative direction of Daniel Lee, is in soaring demand and enjoying incredible success. The exclusive Spring 2020 collection is a celebration of Harrods’ partnership with Bottega Veneta, and I am so thrilled to introduce our customers to such a unique offering,' says Annalise Fard, director of Fashion Accessories at Harrods.
Harrods began as a wholesale grocer and tea merchant in east London, first opening its doors in 1834. Since then, it has grown to become the world’s most famous department store, known for its plethora of luxury merchandise and long-time partnerships with the world's most influential fashion labels. Harrods also partnered with SHOWstudio to present the Fashion Film Awards 2019, showcasing the future of fashion film across the globe.