Bottega Veneta is the brand name on everyone's lips this season thanks to its Instagram-worthy clutches, padded mules and minimalistic strappy heels.
There’s a waiting list in most of the stores for the covetable items, and the high street has been spawning similar styles at a rapid pace.
But if you're looking for some new Bottega inspiration for the upcoming season, look no further than the brand's pre-spring 2020 campaign.
Shot by Tyrone Lebon and featuring models Jean Campbell and Andre Walker, the collection is the epitome of modern luxury and minialistic tailoring.
As director Federico Fellini said “Neorealism is not about what you show, but how you show it”, and Creative Director Daniel Lee's new vision for the brand - to elevate the everyday - is evident in both the styling and imagery.
And while leather may not be the most practical fabric when living in the Middle East, the emerald green trench (pictured above) is worth working up a sweat for.