I guess that there´s no doubts on what J.W. Anderson made from Loewe, ok I will say it again, he put a big spotlight on this Spanish brand (known mostly for its leather manufacturing) in the luxury sector by reinventing the whole image and aesthetic. I guess also that we can freely say that Maison de L´Unesco become lately a sort of the brand´s “showcase-place” when presenting their new collection. This time happened to be the Joan Miró rooms to host the latest women´s wear creations.

Loewe´s winter is denoted by an organic elegance and a sophisticated modernism, brand´s most polished collection made by Anderson yet. Just mind that gorgeous padded coat in cognac-coloured buttery leather with matching pants or the similar “mise” in military-green. Of course he didn´t let us yearn for quirkiness, because it was still there, thankfully. I simply cannot imagine any design made by Anderson not having it; it is his unique trademark. So, there were leather corsets sculpted on tube dresses,  long and pleated skirts with raw handkerchief hems, beaded necklaces that make that extra gathering in neckline and waist of loose cotton shirtdresses, tasselled tweeds and looped chainmail skirts or the sparkly-metal effect of dress sleeves made out of metal rings, not to mention the importance of many accessories present, like hand-painted resin cat-shaped pendants, back-open silver court shoes and of course the bags, the multi-pocket version of the classic-already Amazona bag and the Joyce bag, featuring a big gold logo plate as a novelty of the house.

/ original images and video courtesy of loewe, except the main original image courtesy of jason lloyd-evans /

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