Bottega Veneta Opts Out Of Milan Fashion Week In September


July 26, 2018 | BY AFP

The Italian fashion house will be hosting buyers at its Milanese showroom instead

The brand—which is owned by luxury conglomerate Kering—parted ways with its former creative director Tomas Maier last month, and cited the recent shift in the company's creative management as its reason for bowing out.

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"Following the recent change of creative direction, Bottega Veneta will not be showcasing its spring/summer 2019/2020 collection during the next Milan Fashion Week", the company said in a statement.

Maier's successor in the creative director role, Daniel Lee, will make his debut at Milan Fashion Week for the fall/winter 2018/2019 edition, which is to be held in February.

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