By  on November 20, 2006

LONDON — Bottega Veneta scooped the new award for international luxury brand at the annual Walpole Awards Night on Monday.

Walpole is Britain’s answer to France’s Comité Colbert and Italy’s Altagamma. It’s a not-for-profit organization that aims to protect and promote British luxury brands at home and abroad.

Bottega Veneta was competing against Christian Dior, Ralph Lauren and Harry Winston, and each was judged on the international impact of its service, sales and brand exposure in 2006.


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