Bottega for Bottegas, an initiative by Bottega Veneta, celebrates international craftsmanship. This year, the series features 14 artisans across the globe. 

Bottega Veneta – many people know the name but not the meaning. In direct translation, “bottega” means “workshop”, a producer of small runs of handmade products realised with excellent attention to craftsmanship and creativity. Paying homage to the meaning of its name, the fashion house inaugurated the Bottega for Bottegas initiative to celebrate international craftsmanship; as one of the world’s most influential bottegas, Bottega Veneta is committed to supporting other bottegas.

On the contrary to last year’s debut where Italian bottegas took centre stage, the newest series will feature bottegas from around the world with products inspired by Italian culture. From a Shanghai-based pasta maker to a woodworker in a small town in Vermont, this sequel passes along its global visibility to fourteen bottegas. 

The 2022 Line-Up

AtelierGK Firenze, Japan 
Azienda Agricola Sciara, Greater China 
Dal Cuore, Greater China 
Franca NYC, United States 
Je&Jo Pasta, Greater China 
Less Panettone, Japan 
Levain Bakery, Greater China 
Prince, Japan 
Rockledge Farm Woodworks, United States 
Settepani Bakery, United States 
Westwind Orchard, United States 
Xiangyu Olive Development, Greater China 
Yoshiaka Imamura, Japan Yoshida Dairy Farm, Japan

This month, the Bottega Veneta website, advertising, newsletters, store windows, and a custom display at Bergdorf Goodman in New York, will bang the drums for these bottegas and celebrate the Italian way of life. 

(Images: Bottega for Bottegas)

written by.

Amos Chin

Senior Writer (Print & Digital)
Fashion and beauty enthusiast, Amos covers the style and grooming beats within his title and occasionally handles the styling and art direction of sundry advertorials. Powered by a visual communication degree, a diploma in fashion, and years of experience in content strategising, the Gen Z knows a thing or two about producing intriguing content. Work aside, he really enjoys talking about true crime stories and tattoos (he has a couple of them).
 

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