The knot knows mundane not. I speak here of the prominent Bottega Veneta Knot clutch, which appears in its latest rendition sporting a porcelain medallion. “We decided to work with KPM because, like Bottega Veneta, they place a high value on tradition, quality, and innovation,” said Creative Director Tomas Maier of their longstanding equation with the German porcelain giant. “To honor their 250th anniversary, we wanted to highlight their porcelain differently from what people expect while illustrating the extraordinary abilities of both KPM and Bottega Veneta’s artisans. I could not be more pleased to celebrate KPM with a special version of our iconic Knot and a collection of jewelry – the results are truly remarkable.”
The old celeb red carpet standby makes its latest show-stopping appearance in an exotic version created from bronze Ayers, with a pristine porcelain piece set in its heart. The captivating Oro Bruciato ornament features hand-carved angels and has been produced exclusively for the luxury label. On each side of the medallion is a brilliant porcelain emblem. The Knot also featured a frame and closure in Oro Bruciato with glass enriched enhancements featuring sparkling gold powder, hand-cut. It appliqued to bejeweled excellence with a trim of brown cubic zirconia. Each numbered bag marks the occasion with the words “250th Anniversary KPM” inscribed on a sterling plate inside its iconic adornment.
An assortment of Oro Bruciato chains and porcelain bisque medallions also forms a memorable marque of the special tradition. Rings, earrings, brooches, bracelets, and even necklaces come bedecked with cubic zirconia and Verre irise. The revered stamp of the royal blue scepter, guaranteeing the authenticity of KPM’s porcelain, sits on the back of each ceramic element. Pieces can be pre-ordered and feature with the Women’s Fall-Winter 2013/2014 collection. Retailing exclusively at Bottega Veneta stores, the Knot clutch will also sell as part of the same line, and September ends onward, be up for reservations.
[Via – Bottega-Veneta]