Luxury fashion house Bottega Veneta has confirmed that it will be combining its men's and women's fashion shows from 2017. The maison will present two combined shows during Milan Fashion Week in February and September for the Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer collections. "The Bottega Veneta universe is built on both genders, showing both women and men together is an organic move that follows the evolution of my creative vision," said Creative Director Tomas Maier.

Bottega Veneta combined co-ed shows

Offering a glimpse of its future shows, the brand showcased a combined show in September as part of Maier's 15th anniversary celebrations. It will now join Gucci and Burberry in the list of fashion houses that will hold co-ed shows. However, unlike Burberry, Bottega Veneta will stick to the 'see now, buy later' schedule.

Bottega Veneta combined co-ed shows

Now, watch Bottega Veneta's musical festive video titled Holiday Harmonies.