PARIS FASHION WEEK: LOEWE AUTUMN WINTER 2017

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

In a completely darkened venue, Jonathan Anderson presented his autumn-winter 2017 collection. But darkness doesn’t necessarily mean ‘dull’ for the creative director of Loewe. Quite opposite: Anderson sent down a line of sublime and feminine dresses, whether in pastel pink polka-dots or with shoulder-exposing sleeves. Then, those haphazard, yet elusive details that always catch one’s eye at a Loewe show: toast print on a hat, a kitty cat handbag. Trompe l’oeil effect in a number of his clothes was, just like the venue, an intriguing game with the viewer. “The collection is a continuation. Where will she go next? How does she survive?” If wearing a Loewe rabbit fur coat is the answer, I am totally fine with that.

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