The Art of Collaboration Series continues with Bottega Veneta‘s newest campaign. Having worked previously with photographers including Jack Pierson, Ralph Gibson, Ryan McGinley, Pieter Hugo, and Araki, for the Fall/Winter 2015 campaign creative director Tomas Maier enlisted photographer Juergen Teller. Not foreign to the fashion limelight, Juergen Teller seems an unexpectedly easy choice for Maier. The new campaign features models Anna Cleveland and Freddy Drabble in Casa Mollino, the home of the Italian architect and furniture designer Carlo Mollino. The 18th-century palazzo in Turin overlooking the Po River was Molino’s playground for his artistic endevours—often eccentric with a predilection for the erotic. Here Document features an exclusive image of Anna Cleveland looking demure on Carlo Mollino’s tufted sofa, as well as the film from the campaign.