No wonder Loewe slowly becomes a cult fashion brand, now everything is given with its beautiful craftsmanship and JW Anderson’s avant-gardly creative lead. I can already see fashion editors and influencers wearing these pieces for years to come, especially, when we learn the hidden but clever messages he loves so much.
This time he presented show goers with a hardcover edition of five classics – Wuthering Heights, Don Quijote, Heart of Darkness, Madame Bovary and Dracula -, in jackets created by Steven Meisel, explaining that “you don’t have to run away from classicism; you change the cover and you make it relevant for today. I liked the idea of republishing books in the languages they were originally done in.”
Regarding the collection itself he said that “the idea was to take out noise. I wanted a calmness, a confidence, a look which is grounded. Our mind is so messy. We don’t keep it simple and we end up making the life we are living so in-ordinarily complicated completely unnecessarily.”
And yet this collection is far from a minimalist one, there is plenty of details that make it exciting even in this over saturated world of us. First of all, I really would like to get one of those heavy boots (in tan please), but I don’t mind a new bag either. 😉
Have a nice weekend everyone!
Photos via vogue.co.uk