All the way from Milan, Bottega Veneta made its debut at NYFW with a new “Maison” on Madison Avenue, and to celebrate, creative director Tomas Maier designed a capsule collection of some of Bottega Veneta’s most iconic pieces paying homage to New York City.

As for the runway Buttery velvet, sumptuous silk and delicate chiffon comprised to form the womenswear. One of the favourites being a navy shirt dress, while others were mixed with vintage furnishings as models walked in bright geometric designs and soft evening dresses of satin and silk.

There were rich and precious hues in various lengths which came in saffron, lacquer red, daisy yellow, orange, orchid, antique rose enhanced by neutral and soft tones such as camel, cement grey and deep black.