Bottega Veneta does not need a logo to be recognized from across the room. Committed to high-quality craftsmanship over flash, it relies on Intrecciato instead. A weaving technique unique to Bottega Veneta, it developed Intrecciato in the 1960s, when it primarily designed ready-to-wear and did not have sewing machines strong enough to stitch the thicker leather needed to make bags. By interlacing thin strips of leather together, Bottega Veneta created understated yet recognizable pieces.
A hallmark of the house, the technique is still in use today. Most recently, Daniel Lee has released the Pouch and Cassette Bag in Intrecciato, making it his own by enlarging the strips and even stuffing them to give a padded effect.
Looking for a bag that will never go out of style? Bottega Veneta’s Intrecciato Bags are timeless and will forever be on-trend.
Browse our collection of vintage Bottega Veneta Handbags. We stock a variety of sizes, materials, and colors.
Want an evening bag? The black satin one is perfect for dinner and a show.
Want to add a bright, finishing touch to an outfit? The red leather one will be the cherry on top of whatever you decide to wear. Match it with a red lip.
Want a bag that will go with everything? The white, slightly iridescent one is simple but playful. It will look just as good with an oversized, beige knit as a LBD.
To score the ultimate capsule piece for your wardrobe, shop a Bottega Veneta Handbag from The Vintage Bar!