Tomas Maier behind Bottega Veneta offers sporty, smart designed looks made of luxurious knits and easy but not basic silhouettes in the latest pre-Fall 2015 season collection. The next pre-season's color palette includes purple, blue, orange, green and other energizing, mineral tone shades. I personally felt in love with slim 1960's silhouettes and retro kitsch details, like the trim proportions, as well as covetable accessories, like front-flap purses, low and mid block heel pumps. All in all, it's a fall attitude collection made of very light fabrics.
A pale tangerine-toned outfit features a double-breasted suit jacket worn with burgundy top, A-line skirt and updated with heeled ballet pumps embellished with bow.
Here we see a straight, tweedy-looking linen-cotton blend skirt paired with the same colored zip-fronted jacket with patch pockets.
Here we see a black sweater printed in checks and monochrome bar code striped motif that is tucked in tweed checked skirt with patch pockets.
Leather long sleeve top is paired with checkered skirt with patch pockets. I love this outfit for its kelly-green color.
That's a thick gingham-checked toggle-closed duffel coat worn with white shirt and relaxed gingham checkered skirt.
Dark blue sweater in checks and striped bar code is worn atop white shirt and tucked in micro plaid skirt with patch pockets.
That's a tangerine toned look that consists of a checkered pullover, white button-down, tweed micro-plaid skirt and flat ballet pumps.
Here we see a faded green or black spray-painted green T-shirt styled with a matching, statement neck-scarf and teamed with boyish kelly-green colored chinos.
Silk top and figure-skimming trousers in shiny, kelly green color are styled with glossy Chelsea boots with a square toe.
Here we see a black spray fully printed cream white wrap coat cinched at the waist with a skinny leather belt. I love this cool duffle bag.
Here we see an orange oil spill inspired print dress paired with a matching color lightweight jacket.
Speaking of psychedelic prints, then I want to draw your attention to this acid-test style, psychedelic oil spill printed dress styled with a matching, belted cardigan.
The plaid and bar code printed buttoned cardigan is cinched at the waist with a skinny belt and teamed with a pale green dress with pleated, knee-length skirt.
Thick cashmere coat in kelly green paint looks awesome nipped in at the waist. It's an ideal cover-up for making moves in the city streets.
Here we see a silk shirtdress appears in acid-test style, psychedelic oil spill print. It's paired with a matching cashmere-silk cardigan.