Marta Cygan in the Bottega Veneta asymmetric dress that opened the SS20 runway show in chocolate. Available at MATCHESFASHION and BOTTEGAVENETA.COM
* This dark brown knee-length dress taps the asymmetric silhouette that opened Bottega Veneta’s SS20 runway show. It’s crafted from a compact knit with a one-shoulder neckline that segues across the back with a low-cut, curved cut-out, then falls gently over the frame. Wear it with printed mules and your hair swept up to accentuate the label’s deconstructed finesse.
(Photo via @lifeofboheme)
The one that opened Daniel Lee’s Spring Summer 2020 runway show…
Beatrice Gutu is wearing the same one-shoulder knitted midi dress in black. Available at FARFETCH and BOTTEGAVENETA.COM
* Symmetry is overrated. And this dress from Bottega Veneta couldn’t agree more – in an asymmetric one-shoulder design and a straight fit, this piece puts a 1980s-inspired twist on the iconic Little Black Dress. Be daring. Featuring a one shoulder design, an asymmetric neckline, an open back, a sleeveless design, a straight fit and a knee length.
(Photo via @beatrice.gutu)
Pernille Teisbaek owns the swimsuit version, also in black. Available at MYTHERESA
* Bottega Veneta,dips its toe into swimwear with this sleek black swimsuit. Made in Italy from crinkled jersey, it’s cut to a one-shoulder silhouette with a diagonal scoop at the back that echoes the label’s asymmetric necklines for SS20. Show yours off with a pair of brightly colored BV Curve sandals.
(Photo via @pernilleteisbaek)