Bottega Veneta & Vanity Fair Host Classy Cocktails For Dapper Dudes

As far as we’re concerned, Bottega Veneta can do no wrong. From their partnership with the Park Hyatt Hotel that resulted in seriously stunning suites, to their surprisingly hipster-friendly playlists, we’ve been seriously crushing on the glam-issima Italian design house for quite some time now. So, we were deeply excited to see the stylish snaps from their party last night to celebrate the work of David S. Allee — the first event in Veneta's new NYC menswear store.
The gathering was hosted by Vanity Fair and Allee — a thought-provoking American photog (whose urban and environmental planning background is evident in his high-impact shots) — who paired specific works with the fresh boutique's luxe merch. With rich leather and dark, warm wood, this is precisely the tailored experience for men that we'd expect from Bottega Veneta, and the artistic collaboration with Allee speaks to further cultural/shopping experiences that are guaranteed to make for more than just a quick BV browse.
Click “View Slideshow” for a look at VF's bash to honor David S. Allee at the deeply classy new Bottega Veneta menswear store.
Bottega Veneta, 23 East 67 Street (at Madison Avenue); 212-879-5780.
Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com

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