Bottega Veneta doesn't often debut brand new handbag designs, and when it does, it's usually not on the runway. That means the brand's Spring 2017 show, marking Bottega Veneta's 50th anniversary, was a particular treat to the brand's many dedicated fans: not only were there a bunch of new bags, but the lineup spanned both men's and women's collections.
For traditionalists, Bottega Veneta also included lots of old favorites along with the new pieces, like Knot Clutches, Rialto Shoulder Bags and Monaco Satchels. The juxtaposition of classic and new was in many ways the whole point of the show, spanning from details like the handbags to show-closing models Gigi Hadid and Lauren Hutton, who walked the runway arm-in-arm.
The new pieces were unmistakably BV, of course, but several of them skewed more structured and more hardware-adorned than the brand's average. Check them all out, as well as the show's men's bags, below.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]