Among the brands that in the past few months experimented with new mediums, there is Bottega Veneta. The brand presented a new short film titled Bottega Veneta: Men, a collaboration between the Creative Director of the brand, Daniel Lee and the photographer and filmmaker Tyrone Lebon. The film explores throughout a series of interviews with individuals from all walks of the arts ensues, masculinity in relation to society, their upbringing, professions and personal wardrobes. Everyone, of course, wears the latest Bottega Veneta’s collection.
Just a white background and people that were willing to discuss with honesty the theme of masculinity, that is as much complex as multifaceted. Everyone talked about their experiences, their dreams and their approach towards a world that created such high standards to reach. The keywords are vulnerability, identity, expectations, style and rebellion. The short film includes names such as Barry Keoghan, Dick Jewell, George Rouy, Michael Clark, Neneh Cherry, Obongjayar, Octavian, Roberto Bolle, Roman and Tricky, and debuted on July 24th on MUBI and it will available until August 6th.
Recently the brand released a new line of bags made with recycled paper.