2013 March 27
Bottega Veneta To Debut New Jewelry Line
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(NEW YORK) Bottega Veneta isn't slowing down any time soon. After announcing record-breaking numbers for 2012 topping at $1 billion in revenues, the Italian luxury brand has teamed up with German ceramic manufacturer KPM on a new ceramic jewelry collection for Fall 2013. The bauble line will center around grey and white ceramic cameos set in a range of rings, earrings, and necklaces, and retail in select Bottega Veneta boutiques.
This is the second collaborative round for the two powerhouses. In 2008, Bottega Veneta and KPM, which was founded in 1763 by Prussian King Frederick the Great, partnered on a nine-piece, hand-painted dinner set called “Intreccio Svanito,” later adding a breakfast package and additional tabletop items to the mix. Additional information regarding the jewelry collab is expected to be released in July, according to a Bottega Veneta rep.
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