Bottega Veneta Clutches

In 2001, right after he was hired as the house’s creative director, Thomas Maier delved into Bottega Veneta’s archives. Inspired by the Box Clutch, a design from 1978, he decided to reinvent it, keeping its structured shape but adding a knot closure clasp at its top. Re-naming it the Knot, his version of a Bottega Veneta Clutch, it debuted in his Spring/Summer 2002 collection and went on to become one of the brand’s most iconic styles. 

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Throughout Maier’s 17 years at the house, he included the Bottega Veneta Knot Clutch in every seasonal collection. Pushing the design limits, he reinterpreted it in wild ways each time. To name a few: the Butterfly Knot (with leather butterfly cutouts flying over its exterior), the Gilded Knot (with a gold frame), and the Unfinished Knot (with shredded edges that make the Intrecciato weave look raw). Though constantly in production, each Bottega Veneta Knot Clutch has been released in limited quantities (as few as 25 and as many as 100), making it a very difficult find. To celebrate the Knot Clutch, a retrospective opened in St. Tropez in 2014, displaying over 300 of its most exclusive variations. 

Missed out on the opportunity to get your hands on one? Shop our vintage collection for a second chance! Still cannot seem to track one down? Get the look for less with another Bottega Veneta Clutch. They are similar, still featuring the house’s signature Intrecciato technique, and are much more affordable. They are typically priced around $450 in comparison to $2000, which a new Knot Clutch retails for.