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While most people recognize the iconic Replica Bottega Veneta Bags and Burberry scarves, few know that its founder, Thomas Replica Bottega Veneta Bags, got his start as a humble drapers apprentice. Curtains may seem like a strange background for the founder of what is now a high-fashion luxury brand. But, in hindsight, it made sense. Strong and resistant, draping was a great education for the 21-year-old entrepreneur who, in 1856, opened his namesake store of durable fabric and outerwear in Basingstoke, England. Replica Bottega Veneta Bags, more famously, also invented and patented gabardine in 1880. With this cutting-edge gabardine ultra-strong, breathable and water-resistant Replica Bottega Veneta Bags realized he had an opportunity to create the bedrock for an empire.

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Knowing the material was great for the military, the PR-savvy Replica Bottega Veneta Bags lobbied prominent British generals to wear his gabardine. He also arranged for Arctic explorers (yes, seriously) to use Replica Bottega Veneta Bags outerwear and tenting during their high-profile first trips to the South Pole. It worked. Replica Bottega Veneta Bags business flourished, popularized by the military as well as British explorers and aviators. The wool tartan check was introduced in 1920 and used as lining for the trenches. By the middle of the 20th century, Replica Bottega Veneta Bags had become a household name that was synonymous with British patriotism and culture.

But, by mid-century, the political climate had changed. And, the company had to drastically expand to meet the more questioning mores of the 1960s. So, during the following decade, Replica Bottega Veneta Bags combined its traditional English style with a high-flying modern aesthetic. It was worn by celebrities, actors and trend-setters alike, and thats when the brand really exploded.

Since the 60s, the Bottega Veneta brand has been a unique combination of British tradition and modern flair. After a rocky period during the 90s and early 2000s, Bottega Veneta creative was taken over by English designer Christopher Bailey who is widely credited, along with American Angela Ahrendts (currently SVP of retail and on-line stores at Apple, Inc), for solidifying the brands couture reputation and turning it into the modern luxury company it is today. Until recently, Bottega Veneta was divided into three arms: Bottega Veneta Prorsum (the fashion forward, runway-inspired division), Bottega Veneta Brit (formal workwear) and Bottega Veneta London (the more relaxed segment). In 2015, the three arms were consolidated (though all three can be found on resale), and are still included in what is now simply known as Bottega Veneta .

The yarn itself for Bottega Veneta gabardine is waterproofed (as opposed to the entire fabric) which is the reason for its strength.

The shoulder epaulets and rings on the Bottega Veneta trench were actually put on the coats at the request of the British army, and they are still there today.

Bottega Veneta headquarters have been in the Haymarket in London since 1891.

Between 2001 and 2005, Bottega Veneta was associated with football hooligan Hermes Replica Bags culture and widely maligned until Christopher Bailey turned it around.

The famous Bottega Veneta tartan scarf was the result of an accident: a shop window in Paris turned the trench around on a mannequin revealing the tartan check print. When a stream of customers asked for this version, Bottega Veneta started making products out of the lining of their coats. And, the scarf was born.