Those in-the-know can spot Bottega's signature design element—known as intrecciato—first developed by the house in 1966, as seen in this acid green attaché that's sure to get you noticed.
For a more casual carryall, this roomy, leather tote will store everything you need for a weekend adventure.
Made from velvety calf-skin, and decorated with subtle cross-stitching, this bone messenger bag is the perfect marriage of comfort and opulence.
What's more Italian than a beautifully crafted driving moccasin? Make like Marcello Mastroianni in
The house's current designer, Tomas Maier, has made his focus on elegance and simplicity—this cross-body bag, somewhere between too big and too small, is the perfect example.