Economy & BusinessAksal Group signs exclusive Bottega Veneta franchise in Morocco

Aksal Group signs exclusive Bottega Veneta franchise in Morocco


Since its creation in 1966 in Vicenza, Bottega Veneta’s identity has been based on refinement, innovation and luxury. Inspired by its Italian culture combined with a global vision, the House distinguishes itself by its refined silhouettes and elaborate creations made from noble materials.

An inclusive brand with exclusive products, Bottega Veneta is as much a feeling as an aesthetic. The retail offer that will be available in-store consists of the women’s collections with a complete range including ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, jewelry and accessories. The offer also includes a remarkable collection of accessories and shoes for men.

In terms of architecture and design, the store stands out for its unique style. With its distinctive black glossy lacquered facade, textured white walls, floors made of Palazzo Morelli terracotta tiles, handmade decorative elements and custom-made furniture created by renowned designers, the 160m² store invites the visitor into a refined universe with a contemporary urban feel, made of noble materials and exceptional handcrafted pieces.

With the arrival of Bottega Veneta, the Aksal Group continues, through its luxury division ‘Aksal Luxury’, to assert its leadership in the representation of world-renowned brands and great names in luxury. Aksal’s first-rate know-how and expertise are today at the service of a portfolio of more than twenty prestigious brands.

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