Bottega Veneta To Offer Lifetime Warranty On Handbags

Bottega Veneta To Offer Lifetime Warranty On Handbags

Bottega Veneta To Offer Lifetime Warranty On Handbags
Bottega Veneta To Offer Lifetime Warranty On Handbags
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Bottega Veneta wants shoppers to think of its handbags as investment pieces.

The Italian luxury brand is launching a new service called “Certificate of Craft” that gives customers a lifetime assurance warranty on their Bottega bags, ensuring that their handbags are built to last.

“Bottega Veneta is an extraordinary craft with exquisite design and creativity,” Bottega Veneta’s CEO, Leo Rongone said in a statement. “The Certificate of Craft is born out of a desire to offer our clients a superior service of long-term preservation of their products. Our intention is to maintain products in use for longer, reducing the need for replacement.”

"Our vision remains consistent with the one of our founders. They wanted Bottega Veneta to represent the most elevated and refined form of luxury. We count days, not hours, to make our products. They are designed to last forever."

The new offering builds on the company’s repair service that allows customers to bring in their Bottega bags to repair wear and tear, and change of hardware, among other things.

Rongone added that the service launch is indicative of the brand’s interest in pursuing responsible growth and ensuring that the products do not need replacing.

 

Photo credit: Bottega Veneta

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