In the first of our #SundaySolace series, we celebrate some me-time by jotting down style notes from Bottega Veneta's new book
While collaboration is the core of any successful fashion line, there are just some days where you want to take in all that drama in the comfort of your own home, alone.
Enter the coffee table book. Every designer has one (or more) — a hardcover that delights the style influencer as it does the follower, with well-curated photographs and witty yet unsurprisingly sassy commentary.
Joining your growing collection is designer Tomas Maier of Bottega Veneta. In his second book, Bottega Veneta: Art of Collaboration, the creative director details his combined efforts with photographers he's worked with since his start in print campaigns dating back more than 10 years ago. Contributors include stalwarts such as Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindbergh and Steven Meisel, who feature in this 656-page tome among other 1,000 images from Maier's 2002 to 2016 collections.