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Bottega Veneta explore the vernacular of quiet luxury for our ‘Tempo’ issue

Sometimes you just want an artist to play their greatest hits – and that's a sentiment that Bottega Veneta's current creative director, Matthieu Blazy, plays by in his work. He isn't trying to reinvent the wheel with each new season's collection for the Italian fashion House. While Blazy certainly doesn't recycle the same tired designs, he's got a knack for leading each collection back, re-connecting it with the core of the House's message and codes, and allowing each new collection to harmonise with that melody by way of emphasising the atelier's supreme craftsmanship and timeless silhouettes,, and of course to continue to place focus on statement accessories and intricate leatherwork.

Lensed by Lola Banet, and styled by Stefania Gertis, model Laiza de Moura dons the House's Pre Fall 23 collection for the pages of our 'Tempo' issue. Here, de Moura explores the vernacular of quiet luxury, and pays homage to the House's studied elegance and sophistication. Take a first look at the full fashion story below.

Left: BOTTEGA VENETA top, skirt and bag. Right: BOTTEGA VENETA dress, shoes and bracelet.


Left: BOTTEGA VENETA dress, earrings and bracelet. Right: BOTTEGA VENETA coat and shoes.


BOTTEGA VENETA shirt, pants, shoes, bag and earrings.


Left: BOTTEGA VENETA dress, shoes and bag. Right: BOTTEGA VENETA dress, shoes, bag, belt and earrings.


BOTTEGA VENETA cardigan, skirt, shoes and bag.

To experience the Tempo issue in its entirety, the May edition of RUSSH will be available on newsstands from May 18 and through our shop online. Read more about the inspiration behind the issue in Jess Blanch's editor's letter, and get to know our cover star, Adit Priscilla, through our exclusive model profile. Wanting to purchase the Tempo issue in person? Find a stockist near you.


FASHION Stefania Gertis
TALENT Laiza de Moura @ Oui Management
MAKEUP Kana Nagashima
HAIR Miwa Moroki
PRODUCTION Stefania Gertis