- Daniel Lee is quitting his job as creative director at Bottega Veneta following three years.
- Generating the brand’s typical cloud-like bags and puffy-weave slip-on footwear.
Daniel Lee resigns as a creative director at Bottega Veneta:
Bottega Veneta did not give a cause for the shocking leave of the 35-year-old British creator, who joined the Italian fashion home in July 2018. The firm, which unveiled the information Wednesday, said the latest creative corporation would be declared soon.
The fashion home’s CEO, Leo Rongone, assigned Lee’s creative sight with assisting the firm to grow over the last three years.
“He provided Bottega Veneta with a fresh perspective and a new sense of modernity while remaining respectful of the brand’s 50-year heritage,” Rongone said in a statement. Source – ctv.ca
Lee joined Bottega Veneta, which is possessed by the French community Kering, from Celine, where he was womenswear director.
His accessories appreciated rapid success at the Italian fashion home, especially the delicate leather Pouch Bags and square-toed pumps and footwear.
Lee took the highest four awards at the 2019 British Fashion Awards, his ownership was also seen in a sudden change in marketing, leaving Bottega Veneta fans confused when it disappeared from social media for a period.
Throughout the outbreak, several fashion homes trialled the methods of communicating with customers and buyers in the truancy of live runway shows, Bottega Veneta chose Salon-style previews, first in London, then Berlin and Detroit.
Kering Chairman explained in a statement, “singular vision made the house’s heritage relevant for today and put it back to the centre of the fashion scene.”