Bottega Veneta opens in Chennai, India

Bottega Veneta opens in Chennai, India

Bottega Veneta Chennai, IndiaMay 17, 2013: Luxury fashion brand, Bottega Veneta, has now launched a store in Bergamo Luxury Mall in Chennai.

Measuring 43 sq meters, the store offers a selection of Bottega Veneta products including women’s and men’s handbags, shoes, small leather goods, luggage, jewellery, home items and fragrance. Featuring Bottega Veneta’s signature store concept, designed by Creative Director Tomas Maier, every element of the boutique interior, from the walnut tables and handcrafted vitrines to the door handles sheathed in leather, has been custom-made. Among the notable design features are aerodynamically shaped, vertical window louvers of palm wood and steel, finely crafted display counters with slide-out billiard-cloth presentation pads, walls covered with ultra-suede, mohair furniture upholstery, and custom-dyed, pure New Zealand wool carpets. A quiet, sensuous palette of matte neutrals and earth tones further enhances the privacy, sophistication and ease of the shopping experience.

Bergamo Luxury Mall, named after the Italian city, is housed within a white three-story building, whose design is influenced by classic Italian architecture. “While India can still be considered a relatively new market for Bottega Veneta, the understanding and appreciation our customers there have shown for the brand has been overwhelming, leading us to experience significant growth in our business while simultaneously furthering our brand awareness throughout the country,” says Bottega Veneta President and CEO Marco Bizzarri.

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