Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE COLLECTIONS -

Con­sider ev­ery Loewe col­lec­tion a much-needed re­prieve from the fan­fare of trend-chas­ing: Jonathan Anderson, who sees his job at the Span­ish lux­ury brand more as a “cul­tural cu­ra­tor”, has never both­ered him­self with fol­low­ing con­ven­tions. For fall, the English de­signer of­fered an in­tro­spec­tive pre­sen­ta­tion that was a skil­ful ap­pli­ca­tion of the House’s ex­per­tise—sup­ple leather was used to craft a myr­iad of out­er­wear, or used as pan­els on beau­ti­ful smocks, pants and col­umn dresses. Be­tween twists of colour­ful yarn, punc­tu­a­tions of skin and de­con­structed tai­lor­ing, the bold strokes that Anderson used to il­lus­trate his ideal of the Loewe woman be­came even clearer.

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