Last year Bottega Veneta launched the ‘Bottega for Bottegas‘ project, giving visibility to twelve Italian bottegas that embody the best of Made in Italy creativity in Italy and abroad.
On the 2022 Christmas holidays, Bottega Veneta renews its commitment to support – through its online and offline platforms – workshops that produce small runs of handmade products with excellent attention to craftsmanship and creativity, but in this new edition involves workshops from all over the world, with products inspired by Italian culture.
From the advertising spaces to the website, from the newsletters to the boutique windows, the maison gives its global visibility to 14 botteghe.
Among the shops involved are the Sciara Farm in the province of Catania, the Japanese Ateliergk Firenze, specialising in bookbinding, restoration and novelties, founded in Florence in 2010, Franca Nyc a ceramics producer based in Brooklyn, Less (Love. Earth. Simply. Sustainable) Panettone founded by Italian pastry chef Gabriele Riva and Japanese pastry chef Kanako Sakakura near Tokyo, and Settepani Bakery, founded in 1992 by chef Nino Settepani in Brooklyn, which continues to produce the biscuits typical of the chef’s hometown of Ventimiglia di Sicilia, other pastry products and sweets, as well as panettone, available year-round.