Bottega Veneta really said “Andiamo” for its Pre-Fall 2024 campaign 

Bottega Veneta really said “Andiamo” for its Pre-Fall 2024 campaign 

by Ollie Cox
2 min

Bottega Veneta just unveiled its Pre-Fall 2024 campaign, building on the momentum of its standout Fall/Winter 2024 collection unveiled at Milan Fashion Week. As you’d expect, it’s packed to the brim with Matthieu Blazy-era Bottega Veneta classics like the Andiamo bag and a boatload of leather clothing and accessories. 

Out of the gate, a sleeveless V-neck is paired with relaxed-fitting trousers and complimented with a matching suede skirt in a lovely layering combo. It was accessorised with a Medium Solstice shoulder bag in luxury calf leather, grounding the look with some solid colour cool. Andiamo bags are everywhere for Pre-Fall 2024 and can be seen in a medium size in zesty orange and black hues before being joined by its XL backpack cousin, where canvas and leather collide in a display of craftsmanship and durability. 

Pleated skirts, plaid shirts, and polos are featured throughout the collection, as standout moments see longline trenches worn over lumberjack-style shirts and cotton tanks matched with denim-style shorts. Not only does the jean-short and trench combination speak to the ongoing trend of shrinking men’s shorts, but also to the layering techniques present in everyday wear as structured outerwear and casual garments collide. Bottega Veneta’s signature Intrecciato weave is applied to a belter leather shirt and two-piece combination in an easy-on-the-eye pastel pink colourway, injecting a lively energy into the Maison’s latest offering.

Bottega Veneta’s Pre-Fall 2024 collection, designed by Creative Director Matthieu Blazy, nods to the House’s history of leather craftsmanship seen through the spotlighted accessories and weaving techniques. It combines its detail-driven focus on function with contemporary styling codes rooted in wearability, a merging that has been intrinsic to the brand’s success. 

Cover Image: Bottega Veneta ©

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