For Spring 2015, Bottega Veneta continues its ongoing Art of Collaboration series, which in the past has enlisted artists such as Nan Goldin, Stephen Shore, and the late David Armstrong to create visuals for their fashion campaign.
This season, creative director Tomas Maier set his gaze on the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, famous for his portraits of women tightly bound in kinbaku-bi erotica. However, his work for Bottega Veneta is more PG-13, featuring models Sung Jin Park and Saskia de Brauw in the colorful setting of a Tokyo house.
Araki and Maier also co-directed the campaign video. Watch it below: