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Tomas Maier, fashion film, Christian Weber, Viaggio Notturno, Night Journey, Bottega Veneta, Cabat bag, Marco Polo,, Setai Hotel, New York City, Balmorhea, Patricia van der Vliet, Terron Wood

Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier’s initiative to foster dynamic brand collaborations with contemporary artists through his The Art Of Collaboration series has recently expanded into new territory with his first fashion film, directed by Christian Weber. The short titled Viaggio Notturno (Night Journey) showcases Bottega Veneta’s signature luxury leather pieces including its woven leather Cabat bag, Marco Polo hard-case luggage, and a variety of other accessories. It is a mysterious and melancholy glimpse into the anonymous beauty of luxury travel with all of the powerful tension, seduction, and dark romance of film-noir. Discover how to travel well as well as explore other special projects in the world of Bottega Veneta at:

Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta, Annie Leibovitz, Alex Prager, Steven Meisel, The Art Of Collaboration, Erwin Olaf

Telling a good story is crucial for any brand and Tomas Maier, creative director of Bottega Veneta, has been telling some great ones. The stories are not about a bag, but the people who carry them, as seen through a rotating roster of very well known and emerging contemporary photographers. With a new collection, comes a new collaboration with a photographer who contributes his or her own individual aesthetic and narrative. Above is a selection of BeautifulCurious favorites over the years, featuring Annie Leibovitz, Alex Prager, and Steven Meisel. Tomas Maier elaborates on each of the extraordinary collaborations, which are posted on facebook and the Bottega Veneta website in a video series called The Art Of Collaboration. Below is but a glimpse of what promises to be a provocative, hyper-color fall campaign shot by the great Erwin Olaf…

Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta, The Art Of Collaboration, Erwin Olaf