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Bottega Venetta Celebrates Japanese Design

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Traveling to Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the international furniture fair, this April? If so, make sure to check out Bottega Veneta's new pop-up store dedicated to their Japanese collaboration presentation located on the 4th floor of their new Via Privata Ercole Marelli headquarters in Milan.

There you will find unique and travel-ready items hard to find outside of Japan, handpicked by Bottega's Creative Director Tomas Maier and Seiichi Kamei, editor-in chief of Japanese design and architecture magazine Casa Brutus. A concentration on craftsmanship, functionality, design, and relation to Japanese tradition were crucial in the selection of these items, which are not readily available outside of Japan. Also featured is an exclusive collection of Bottega handbags and small leather goods, designed by Maier exclusively for this occasion.

In addition to the pop-up store, Bottega is showcasing the winning furniture designs from their recent student design competition, sponsored by the fashion house and Tokyo University.

For more information on Bottega Venetta visit the fashion house's official site.

-- JULIAN ANTETOMASO
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