At a whopping 1500 square meters spreads new luxury Bottega Veneta shop on the famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills Boulevard. The first shop of this type is opened in Milan in 2013, and a famous house announced the opening of another such in New York next year. As soon as you step into the shop, you will be illuminated with natural light thanks to large skylights that are made at the top level.
Simplicity and classic must have been a designer in mind, because the space is decorated in neutral tones. Materials that were used Pischina stone which doveres the walls and bleached oak. The whole concept of the boutique is a mix of Mediterranean and Californian architecture.
Bottega Veneta’s longtime creative director, Tomas Maier – was inspired by some of the architectural styles he’d become familiar with on visits to Santa Barbara and Montecito during the last three decades when made the concept for this space.
Minimalist proportion of Spanish colonial architecture such as the lack of color, the simple complexity of bows, the choice of stone made to design the facade and the interior is reminiscent of Spanish colonial buildings.
On the occasion of the opening of new boutique, the fashion house has launched the Beverly ’71/’16 bag, based on a design plucked from the Bottega Veneta archives — the numbers in the name refer to the year the design was originally introduced (1971) and the year it was reintroduced (2016) – and is slouchy with a gentle curve at the top.
Two fabrications of the handbag are available exclusively through the new maison: a deerskin version in the intrecciato weave the label is known for ($3,800) and a crocodile skin version ($33,000). (In addition, a nappa leather intrecciato version is available online at bottegaveneta.com for $3,550).