Bottega Veneta's Leather Sneakers Are Decked With Interwoven Laces

Clean in all-black.

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One of Bottega Veneta’s newest footwear releases showcases a luxe take on sneaker lacing, presenting a unique look that’s defined by a series of stylized laces. While the shoe’s all-black upper offers a no-frills option for the season, the interwoven design throughout adds a textural aesthetic to give it a bit of flair.

Crafted in 100% calf leather, the sneaker features hand-painted edges, a mesh lining and a waxed-cotton lace-up closure. Meanwhile, more laces have been slotted into cut-outs along the side panels and toe box, adding a level of dimension to the tonal style. A debossed “Bottega Veneta” logo is stamped at the tongue for branding, while a colorblocked rubber sole finishes it all off.

Priced at $990 USD, Bottega Veneta’s Laces Low-Top Leather sneakers are available now from LUISAVIAROMA.com. The shoe is also offered in additional colorways, including yellow, blue and red, on the brand’s official webstore.

Bottega Veneta has undergone leadership changes as of late, with new creative director Daniel Lee making his runway debut for the Italian label during Milan Fashion Week in February.

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