In the heart of Milan, the new Bottega Veneta store opens today in the prestigious setting of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Located between the iconic Duomo and the famous Teatro alla Scala, it already promises to become an icon of Milanese luxury.
Designed by Creative Director Matthieu Blazy, the store is spread over two floors. Among the materials used: glass, Italian walnut wood, and Verde Saint Denis marble. A high-quality mashup that perfectly captures the essence of Bottega Veneta’s aesthetic, paying homage to the brand’s innovative craftsmanship, in perfect balance between tradition and modernity.
IMAGES OF THE NEW BOTTEGA VENETA STORE IN GALLERIA VITTORIO EMANUELE II
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the symbolic location of this extraordinary inauguration, represents an icon of Milan. Designed by architect Giuseppe Mengoni in 1861 and completed in 1877, it is an imposing neoclassical structure where the new store of the historic Italian Fashion House now stands. Among geometric grids, industrial glass blocks, and wooden panels, an environment is created that becomes a true sensory experience. Furthermore, the curved staircase, showcases, tables, and leather seats contribute to giving the store a timeless attitude.
Thus, this new store joins the existing boutiques on Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant’Andrea, featuring an exclusive selection of leather goods, footwear, and clothing. Finally, to celebrate the opening, Bottega Veneta presents an exclusive preview of three key models from the latest Spring/Summer 2024 collection.
Images courtesy of Bottega Veneta